Supporting Parents.
Strengthening Families.

Dear Alison, I know you’ll have effective ideas for me because I remember how good your workshop ones were. You helped me see how important the connection with my son is. I would like to move a step forward by asking specifically – How do we as parents and caregivers adjust to and cope with children who are new to the school system? Those children who come home utterly exhausted, showing new behaviors or emotions that have never been present before. How can we guide them and be completely available to their needs when we only see them just in the evening? The needs we aren’t available to fulfill during the day. It can be hard to accept the changes in personality and behaviors in our children when we have laid a strong foundation already. I’ve worked really hard at it. He has a fantastic teacher and there is great communication…

[lvca_testimonials per_line=”3″][lvca_testimonial author=”Workshop Participant”]I attended your event tonight – and THANK YOU! I got to put a lot of the tips into practice tonight before bed, and you know what – they totally worked. Now, to write them on sticky notes all over my house so I don’t forget. I’ll be signing up for the calming session for sure. Thanks again – and I will highly recommend your session.[/lvca_testimonial][lvca_testimonial author=”Carolyn C” credentials=”Workshop Participant”]The visual you gave us Monday for “flipping your lid” has been a huuuuuuge help to me. This week [my daughter] and I have had to be up almost an hour earlier than usual…and what would usually cause us a ridiculous amount of stress has been not bad at all thanks in part to that tool![/lvca_testimonial][lvca_testimonial author=”Erin Roberts”]Alison is so very knowledgeable and passionate about the coaching work that she does you can’t help but get excited and motivated about the amazing advice and tips she has to offer let alone the things she can help you uncover about your journey![/lvca_testimonial][/lvca_testimonials]