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Parent Coaching

Parenting can be the most rewarding experience of our lives. But parenting can also be a challenge. Even when things are going well, it’s common to feel overwhelmed and discouraged. When our child experiences his or her own personal struggles, it’s even more difficult. And while a child can work through those struggles in therapy, sometimes parents still need a helping hand. Things like divorce, adolescence and transitions into elementary, middle or high school can throw family life off balance. Parent coaching provides a safe place for parents to express their concerns, worries, and questions, and receive fresh insights and practical tools from a neutral professional.

Each family is unique and has specific needs, but parent coaching sessions can help parents:


  • Learn skills and tools tailored to your family’s needs

  • Understand the behavior of their child or teen

  • Find increased connection with their child or teen

  • Understand how their parenting style and strategies affect their child or teen

  • Improve communication with their child or teen

  • Increase cooperation and responsiveness in their relationship with their child or teen

  • Deal with stressful family situations

Who Can Benefit from Parent Coaching?

Since additional education is not a requirement for parenthood, it can be helpful to seek support. Parent coaching can be beneficial for any parent who: 

  • Feels like their child or teen doesn't listen 

  • Feels like they struggle to understand their child or teen

  • Feels like they struggle to communicate effectively with their child or teen

  • Deals frequently with power struggles with their child or teen

  • Feels that they have lost connection with their child or teen

  • Feels unable to manage a developmental milestone or other shift in family dynamics

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Center for Mindful Families

901 Northpoint Parkway, Suite 304

West Palm Beach, FL 33407



All Are Welcome

The Center for Mindful Families welcomes families of all abilities, ages, gender identity, immigration status, race, religion, sexual orientation and socio-economic status.