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Understanding the Problem.

Parent Systems


Learn about the seven systems you need to lower your stress, to improve the quality of your relationships, and to model Executive Function skills to your family.  These systems help you manage your emotions, stuff, routines, communication, and self-care.

Student Systems



Learn about the seven systems  that help your struggling student finally turn it around in school. These systems help your child manage their emotions, impulses, routines, transitions, materials, time, and stuff. 

Understanding the Solution.

Raising a child with ADD/ADHD, Anxiety, or Executive Function (EF) challenges can be baffling.  These are complicated kids who so desperately need adults in their lives who understand them and challenge them to grow in a safe and nonjudgmental space. This is especially challenging for parents because of the worry, shame, and conflict that often accompanies raising a child who struggles to regulate their impulses and emotions. 


There's no simple solution or magic formula to this work. It takes knowledge, consistent practice, and patience to see results. The good news is that there are concrete steps you can start taking right away to turn things around. 


I wrote the Good Kids, Bad Habits Guide so that you can gain clarity and confidence to start parenting mindfully - with less stress and more joy.  Download this guide to learn about:

  • Executive Function (EF): The short and long explanation. 12 Aspects of EF. How to improve it. 

  • Changing "Bad" Behavior: Debunking 3 totally bs myths. Using the emotional iceberg to respond to your child's needs.

  • Secure Attachment: Why it is your most important goal. How to model this through Alpha Parenting.

  • Problem Solving: Learn the exact, science-based mindsets and systems that I practice with my coaching clients.

  • BONUS: Printable worksheets, sample scenario, and poster included.

This guide is not for you if you want a quick fix! It is for parents who are ready to do some deep inner work and  take consistent steps toward a higher-quality relationship with their child. 

Click here to learn what's at the root of your child's "bad habits". 

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