I am here to offer some free support that might be of interest to the parents in your school community or organisation.
As a Parent & Family Impact Coach I love to inspire parents to become the best parent they can be.
One of the ways I support parents is through my writing. I write books, blogs (see below), and articles that help mums and dads think about what kind of parent they are right now and provide them with the tools and support to effect positive change with parenting tips and tools that are easy to implement, which help them take the necessary steps to change what needs to be changed in order to create a harmonious home.
Parents, particularly working parents, are under more pressure than ever. This often leaves them confused, frustrated and stressed which has a knock on effect on their children’s well-being as well as their overall family and work/life balance.
Words have energy and power to help parents grow and heal and in these pressured times can make a real difference to overwhelmed mums and dads.
If you would like to offer some additional support to your parents / employees with my services as your “Parenting Blogger”.
There is no charge for this; I am simply looking to share words of advice, support and encouragement that may be helpful to parents.
How it works:
I send you regular blogs (e.g. weekly or monthly) that you can email to your parents, add to your employee well-being page/list, newsletter etc.
I can choose the blog topics, or if you feel that your parents have certain challenges that you would like me to ‘talk to’, I can tailor blogs to suit your requirements.
Over the last 10 years I have worked with schools and corporates so I am very connected to what parents are going through and what they need in order to feel more in control of their lives.
If you would like to find out more please email to start the discussion email@example.com
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