Co-Parent Coaching - Successful Families Inc.
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Co-Parent Coaching

Coaching is a profession that promotes excellence within individuals and groups by facilitating learning, engaging untapped potential, and supporting effective action.

A Successful Families co-parenting coach will meet with you individually to discuss your concerns about your specific role in helping your child grow up between homes and offer suggestions to improve the situation with your child’s other household. They can also incorporate both parents in the process when both parents consent. ¬†Basically, co-parenting coaching is an individualized parenting education. A Successful Families co-parenting coach will help a parent recognize behaviors that may cause more conflict or make life more difficult for children growing up between two homes. A co-parenting coach can help you learn to replace unwanted behaviors with those that encourage more favorable transitions for your children. A Successful Families co-parenting coach works with the parent to assist them in becoming a healthy resource for their children.

A Successful Families co-parenting coach will help a parent recognize behaviours that may cause more conflict or make life more difficult for children growing up between two homes.

Co-parenting coaches:

  • Help people set better goals and then reach those goals.
  • Ask their clients to do more than they would have done on their own.
  • Focus their clients better to more quickly produce results.
  • Provide the tools, support and structure to accomplish more.

Coaching is a form of consulting. But our coach stays with the client to help implement the new skills, changes and goals to make sure they really happen. Co-parenting coaching through Successful Families is not therapy. The parent will not be working on “issues” or get into the past or deal significantly with understanding human behaviour. That is left to the client to know and figure out while the coach helps them move forward and set personal and professional.