Because Sometimes, Families Need a Little Help

Parenting is one of the most challenging, complex and important things we will ever do. When you factor in all the different personalities that make up a family, it can be very difficult to navigate all the complicated dynamics.

In my family coaching work, I help parents and children learn new, more effective ways to understand and communicate with each other. Many times, parents and kids have the exact same goals, yet go about achieving those goals in different ways which looks on the outside as if they are opposing one another.

When parents and kids learn how to communicate with each other and collaborate together to reach shared goals, life becomes much simpler, less complicated and more harmonious.


Coaching Teens

The teenage years are a time of individuation. This is when the child has a desire to break away from their parents and find their own identity. Sometimes parents fear and/or resist this natural process. But it IS a natural process. In my work with teens, I help them navigate this new landscape and find their way. I also help parents to find the right balance between allowing their teen increasing amounts of freedom while still protecting and guiding them.

A coach can help parents and teens to understand each other and the different phases of late childhood better so that they can navigate this phase with more grace, ease and peace in their home. This is exactly what I do with teens and their parents.


What Are the Benefits of Going Through the Family Coaching Process?

  • Learn strategies to communicate effectively
  • Understand why your child/parent behaves a certain way
  • Discover your emotional triggers and how to interact with kindness
  • Learn how to speak in a way that your child/parent will understand
  • Learn how to navigate social media as a team
  • Get expert advice from a trained therapist and PCI Certified Parent Coach®
  • Receive customized support and family coaching sessions

Navigating Complex Family Dynamics

Did you ever find yourself wishing your child was sent home with a parenting manual for you at birth? Navigating the mysteriously complex maze called parenthood can be tough. It is crazy to think about all you have to go through just to get a driver’s license, a job, or a home. Yet, there are no requirements to prepare you to bring a child into this world. I don’t know about you, but before I had kids, I thought that parenting would come naturally — that I would have it down, no problem. Um … not exactly!

In today’s technologically advanced world, we can Google just about anything, including effective parenting strategies. The problem with this, however, is that when you begin researching (as you may have already discovered) you quickly find lots of conflicting advice, prescriptive “formulas,” and parenting techniques that are supposed to “cure” the current challenges that you are having with your child.

But how do you know which technique to try, or what advice to listen to? How are you supposed to do all of this while you are in an urgent struggle and your family needs help now? The simple fact is, it’s nearly impossible to do this. That’s why working with a coach is such a powerful step to take to address the challenges in your family.

As a PCI Certified Parent Coach® and educator with years of experience working with parents and their foster, adopted, and biological children, I’d love to help you. I take a unique approach to family coaching that understands that it is a dynamic, collaborative process between the family members and the coach.

The family coaching program I have designed helps parents and children to begin to understand themselves and their relationships with each other on a much deeper, clearer level.

Ultimately, my goal is to help you find balance, peace, joy, and satisfaction in your family.


Family coaching includes:

  • Weekly 60-minute sessions
  • Additional resources shared as needed
  • Unlimited email access

If you have read this far, you must be ready to end the battles and power struggles between you and your child as well as threatening, punishing, and yelling. You must be ready to feel peace and calm in your home rather than feeling stressed, miserable, and hopeless.

I invite you to schedule a free, 30-minute phone consultation. I will answer any questions you have about my family coaching program, or how it can work for you and your family. You can check out my book on connecting with your children with kindness, and my podcasts and blogs on parenting teens, understanding child behavior and anxiety, and more!


“When I began working with Erin, I was so stressed. Things were not going well in my family and I felt hopeless, like the vision I had for my family would never come true. But with time and Erin’s coaching, my family is now thriving, and I am becoming the parent I always wanted to be but didn’t know how.”

– Brenda G.

“Wow is all I can say! I have two beautiful girls and I used to be so stressed as a mom. I did not even enjoy parenting and felt guilty about that fact every single day. My triggers were so many that I wanted Erin on speed dial! Erin helped me to get to the root of my triggers so that I could keep them out of my interactions with my girls, and she helped me to see them, really see them as the amazing individuals they both are. Now, our days are as pleasant as our interactions and I have Erin to thank for that.”

– Hannah P.

“Erin has such a calm, peaceful demeanor. She put me at ease with every session we had together. I began to look forward to my weekly calls with her, not only because of all the wisdom she offered me, but because I felt better just talking to her.”

– Kari T.

“I went through the parent coaching process with Erin, and I appreciated her willingness to listen and focus on what was important to me. She was helpful in bringing my attention (in subtle ways, while also allowing me to discover on my own) what I really needed to know about myself in order to progress toward what I thought was important. Erin helped me to make small changes in my daily habits which improved my relationships with my family members. Erin asked the right questions, which in turn resulted in important realizations: recognizing what my priorities are as well as helping me to identify patterns and underlying causes that then spurred me to set goals for myself.

There is an enormous gap between knowing and doing. Coaching is the key to bridging that gap. I had experienced much frustration with finding a way to help myself change what I knew needed to be changed. Coaching was the catalyst, and Erin was the change agent for me.”

– Kristie C.

“Erin helped me create a calmer, more respectful home. She coached me to focus on the positive, which has improved our family relationships. I enjoyed planning with Erin how I was going to tackle the various issues that arose. I became more proactive as opposed to reactive and confrontational. Erin helped me feel capable, she encouraged me and helped me to feel like a good mom.”

– Donna M.

Frequently Asked Questions About The Parent Coaching Process:

Things are really stressful in my home now. When can we get started?

After our initial phone consultation, we can schedule our first session at the first available time slot that works with your schedule.

What if I have to cancel a session?

Just give me 24 hours notice and we can easily reschedule.

Do we have regularly set times each week for our sessions?

Some of my clients prefer set times each week, and some prefer varying times. We can work with your unique schedule and needs.

How can I pay for my sessions?

I accept Paypal, Venmo and credit card payments.

Would sessions involve my spouse or just me with my kids?

I am delighted when I get to work with both parents and the children, but often I work only with the parent who contacts me and the kids.

How long does family coaching last?

It has been my experience that it takes a minimum of four sessions (but often more) in order to create the deepest and most lasting transformation in your home. When we are finished working together, I want you to not only feel fully confident in your parenting, but to also have already begun experiencing the transformation in your home and with your child.

I‘m ready to begin! What do I need to do?

Simply click here to book your free, 30-minute phone consultation or to schedule your first session if you don’t have any other questions for me. I look forward to working with you!