Positive Discipline private parent coaching
Personalize your process through the power of private support! We are here just for you, and work with parents with children of all ages. Schedule your 15 minute free consultation today. We will go over your challenges, goals, answer questions about the process, and determine the best package for your needs. Email for more information.
Divorce or separation? We are here to help you implement your parenting plan and navigate the challenges of co-parenting.
What will the results be like after coaching begins?
When we form a relationship, not only are you getting a coach, you are also getting an accountability partner to help you maintain your new way of being, and a cheerleader who will continuously be celebrating you along the way!
- Decrease in power struggles
- A roadmap for long-term parenting success
- Skills for meeting everyday parenting challenges with connection and ease
- Steps for inviting more cooperation and contribution from your family
- Stronger, deeper relationships with all the members of your family
- Prioritized time for you
– Lisa, parent
– Brenna, parent
Meet our coaches
Julietta Skoog, Ed.S., MA
Early years coach
Julietta is a Certified Positive Discipline Advanced Trainer with an Ed.S Degree in School Psychology and a Masters Degree in School Counseling from Seattle University with over 20 years of experience helping families in schools and homes. She draws from her real life practical experience working with thousands of students with a variety of needs and her own three children to parent coaching, bringing a unique ability to translate research, child development and Positive Discipline principles into everyday parenting solutions.
Casey O’Roarty, M.Ed
Casey is a facilitator of personal growth and development and has been working with families for over 20 years. Casey is a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer and Coach. She hosts the Joyful Courage podcast, parenting summits, live and online classes, and individual coaching. Her book, Joyful Courage: Calming the Drama and Taking Control of YOUR Parenting Journey was published in May 2019. Casey lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, and two teenagers.
Is coaching right for you?
Many of our clients begin their journey with us saying they just feel “stuck.” They face a variety of challenges, some of which may resonate with you as well.
Read this NY Times article.
- Too much yelling
- Lack of cooperation
- Back-talk and defiance
- Bedtime, mealtime, getting out the door issues
- School battles
- Your child/teen seems out of control
- You feel out of control
- You’re exhausted
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Ask us anything!
Parenting is a collective experience. What is showing up at your house is more than likely happening at your neighbor’s house as well (trust us on this one). We want to help! Tell us. If you had a parent coach, what questions would you ask? What challenges are you having? Where do you need support?