The Parent As Coach Approach Diana Sterling

ISBN: 9780970225528

Published: July 1st 2008

Paperback

133 pages


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The Parent As Coach Approach  by  Diana Sterling

The Parent As Coach Approach by Diana Sterling
July 1st 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 133 pages | ISBN: 9780970225528 | 6.27 Mb

Parents: Are you having problems with your teenager? Tired of constant conflict, struggle, attitude, miscommunication, and chaos in your home? Are you overwhelmed and frustrated with crazy-making behavior and teenage antics? This is THE handbook!

IfMoreParents: Are you having problems with your teenager? Tired of constant conflict, struggle, attitude, miscommunication, and chaos in your home? Are you overwhelmed and frustrated with crazy-making behavior and teenage antics? This is THE handbook! If you are in any country and there are teens present - GET THIS BOOK NOW!!! Professionals: Are you looking for a handbook that is easy to read for your parent and family clients? Here is the ONE you have been waiting for! COACH YOUR CLIENTS FROM THIS BOOK WITH PARENTS OF TEENS AND TEENS, PRE-TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS!

The Parent as Coach® Approach is an innovative approach that you can start using from the moment the material is in your hands. There are practical coaching strategies, tips, advice, and ideas that have worked for thousands of parents all over the world. The most common response the author hears from readers all over the world is, Oh! How I wish Id found your book earlier. The Parent as Coach® Approach teaches parents how to convert parent-teen relationships of conflict and pain into enjoyable and harmonious partnerships of encouragement and support.

The end result is that children are raised to fill their adult shoes with the skills and maturity necessary to live as functional and responsible members of society. Sound impossible? Its not. You can build a solid foundation of mutual respect with teens that can withstand day-to-day challenges.

It works in one day - try it! The Parent as Coach® Approach is a practical and easy-to-use guide for all parents, teachers, and adults who care about the pre-teens and teens in their lives. Parenting skills that worked with young children are no longer effective with adolescents and a new way of parenting must be learned. That way is The Parent as Coach® Approach-Seven Ways to Coach your Teen in the Game of Life. A Professional Certified Coach, Ms. Sterling finds that what works best in her relationship with her own children are the skills and processes she uses as a professional coach.

The Parent as Coach® Approach philosophy is based on the belief that we first need to understand what human beings are in order to teach and coach them. This includes often misunderstood teens! From this place of understanding, we learn to offer support, ideas, new perspectives, plans for moving forward, and a host of tools and formats to help people create fulfilling and meaningful lives. Above all, we offer love and compassion to all we serve and come in contact with.

Our approach is a proven and practical model for improving and transforming the relationship we as adults have with the teens in our lives. It is based on the roots and synthesis of life coaching, adult learning theories, positive psychology, adolescent development, education and mentoring.

As a professional coach, Diana works with parents and teens to help them examine their own core beliefs. This approach teaches parents how to respect their own beliefs and also the emerging beliefs of their emerging adults. Instead of teaching how to manage and control teens, our model helps us as adults appreciate the unique perspective of teens and young adults and to express respect, understanding, and support for who they are right now.

This produces uncommon effects of the young person actually feeling respected and heard, which in turn allows an accelerated path for the young person to grow, learn, and produce positive choices and outcomes. We teach parents The Parent as Coach® Approach, which does not dictate how to grow up- instead, the parent learns how to guide young people to their own positive decisions, solutions, inherent gifts, and the path to a meaningful and purposeful life.

Parents say THIS WORKS. Teens say THANK YOU!



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