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NY Times: Why Companies Have Started to Coach New Parents

NY Times: Why Companies Have Started to Coach New Parents

Companies are providing employees who are new parents, with coaching sessions, either in person, over the phone or through small group sessions that may be broadcast over the web. They are hoping to retain more women by helping them through a stressful time, while eventually improving gender diversity among their senior employees. Read more from the NY Times.

Washington Post: My 2-year-old bites and hits. But that doesn’t make him a bully

Washington Post: My 2-year-old bites and hits. But that doesn’t make him a bully

The language we use matters. Next time, before we use a loaded term like "bully" let's stop and consider whether that's really what's going on, and what we might be able to do to help a child or situation, rather than harm. 

NY Times: OPINION - To Help Kids Thrive, Coach Their Parents

NY Times: OPINION -  To Help Kids Thrive, Coach Their Parents

Coaching can be an incredibly powerful and transformative tool for parents, children and families. It takes an investment of time and money and energy, but the benefits make that well-worth it. I have seen these changes in my clients. Contact me for more information on the benefits of coaching--after all, we can all use a little support and encouragement in this tough journey we call parenting.