Do you work with parents and educators of children of all ages?
Yes, I do.
What does a one on one parenting meeting look like?
One on one meetings are a space for you, to work on what's important to you. On those parenting or teaching questions that have you wondering "how can I make this better?" We will chat, discuss and learn, and at the end of our meeting you will leave empowered, relieved and very optimistic that you now have specific, easy to apply tools to make your parenting or teaching, a much better experience.
How long are one-to-one meetings and how much do they cost?
One-to-one meetings are 60 minutes long and the fee is $175 per meeting.
I do not work with insurance plans.
How about workshops?
Occasionally I teach workshops on different subjects. Some are one time workshops and some come as a series. If you are interested in hearing about future workshops, please click here, like my Facebook page or let me know that you'd like me to add you to my email list.
What about teacher support and guidance?
If you are an educator, we can have a one on one, I can visit your classroom/school and discuss your challenges with you, or I can design a class/professional development event to address your school's behavioral and motivational needs. During our meetings, I will carefully listen and understand your teaching challenges, will explain to you why they are happening and based on that, will teach you solutions that suit your teaching values and do not expire with time. If professional development is your choice, I will design a syllabus that suits your school's specific needs.
Some examples of professional development classes:
- Setting the stage for a wonderful year. An opportunity to learn what does it take for
your students to be ready and available to learn on the first day, and any day.
- Resilience, mistakes and perfectionism: a balancing act.
- Conflict resolution: power fights, de-escalation and resolution
- The magic in the feeling of belonging. How feeling that we belong is crucial to self
realization and success.
- Boundaries: a delicate balance.
- Communication between teachers and parents: when to communicate and how
to communicate to avoid unnecessary friction and gain collaboration.