Good Parenting Coach

Parenting Coach:  Recognizing a good Parenting Coach can be challenging.  And you can end up wasting your time on someone who wasn't a match for you.  What are some of the things to look for?  What are the questions to ask when interviewing a potential Coach? Is their good chemistry with the initial visit, either by phone or in person?  I put together some things to look for when searching for a good parenting coach. Also read this helpful article on 10 signs of a good coach.

Here are a few things to look for when recognizing a good parenting coach:recognizing a good parenting coach

  • Has completed a thorough certification course with a reputable program and then  received their Certification
  • Has real experience working with children and parents, such as being a Parent, volunteer teacher assistance,  a parent educator, group interactions. Even a sports coach.
  • Continues their education and certification in fields related to parent coaching.
  • Is an excellent listener.
  • Inspire change through common sense tools and strategies.
  • Does not have his/her own agenda into the coaching relationship; the coach meets you where you and your family are, right now.
  • Creates together with the Parent tangible, measurable and reachable goals for the Parents to work toward and achieve.
  • Will work with most types of families, and parenting styles.
  • Works only within his/her expertise and learned experiences.
  • DOES NOT diagnose, treat, nor prescribe medication to clients nor their family members.
  • Has children of their own!recognizing a good parenting coach

A good Parenting Coach doesn't have to have all 11 of these attributes, doesn't necessarily have to have a degree in psychology,  however I would say  he or she should have at the minimum 5 from the list. This is a guide line to assist you in recognizing when you are in the company of an experienced, caring Parenting Coach.

Schedule Your Session NOW!

Good Parenting Coach

Parenting Coach:  Recognizing a good Parenting Coach can be challenging.  And you can end up wasting your time on someone who wasn't a match for you.  What are some of the things to look for?  What are the questions to ask when interviewing a potential Coach? Is their good chemistry with the initial visit, either by phone or in person?  I put together some things to look for when searching for a good parenting coach. Also read this helpful article on 10 signs of a good coach.

Here are a few things to look for when recognizing a good parenting coach:recognizing a good parenting coach

  • Has completed a thorough certification course with a reputable program and then  received their Certification
  • Has real experience working with children and parents, such as being a Parent, volunteer teacher assistance,  a parent educator, group interactions. Even a sports coach.
  • Continues their education and certification in fields related to parent coaching.
  • Is an excellent listener.
  • Inspire change through common sense tools and strategies.
  • Does not have his/her own agenda into the coaching relationship; the coach meets you where you and your family are, right now.
  • Creates together with the Parent tangible, measurable and reachable goals for the Parents to work toward and achieve.
  • Will work with most types of families, and parenting styles.
  • Works only within his/her expertise and learned experiences.
  • DOES NOT diagnose, treat, nor prescribe medication to clients nor their family members.
  • Has children of their own!recognizing a good parenting coach

A good Parenting Coach doesn't have to have all 11 of these attributes, doesn't necessarily have to have a degree in psychology,  however I would say  he or she should have at the minimum 5 from the list. This is a guide line to assist you in recognizing when you are in the company of an experienced, caring Parenting Coach.

Schedule Your Session NOW!