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How to Coach Your Kids is a resource for parents, caregivers, teachers, family professionals, and facilitators. Along with the many free resources, like video tutorials, articles, worksheets, interviews with experts, you can also purchase the How to Coach Your Kids: Loving Family Dynamics Online Workbook, or sign up to attend one month, or a year’s worth of monthly How to Coach Your Kids Webinars!

It is all designed to give you quick, user-friendly content you can apply on-the-fly to bring more lighthearted effectiveness to your family dynamics.

Purchase “How to Coach Your Kids: Loving Family Dynamics Online Workbook” and then Click here for access.

Click here to sign up for one webinar or pay one low fee for one year’s worth of webinars. Or, learn more about How to Coach Your Kids Webinars here.

Click here for How to Coach Your Kids Coaching for parents, caregivers, teachers, family professionals, and facilitators. Add $30/session for either Spanish or German translation with the coaching. Watch the testimonials below from happy parents using coaching tools with their families!

Please contact me at any time for your free mini-session, to register for an upcoming webinar, or, to share stories with other parents about what you are doing that is working, and, what you are struggling with.

Our daily failures are great opportunities to learn, laugh and connect more intimately with loved ones.

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“After a short time of coaching with Dana and 2 video conference webinar calls I
was able to talk with my x-wife about collaborative parenting with our 11 year old
son. My x agreed to read Dana’s book “The One Minute Parent” and to make a
chart together to keep track of our sons attitude and behavior. We agreed to
try Dana’s method of
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2) Allow them to feel consequences for any unwanted behaviors, and if you are
calm, kind, and clear when you communicate, they will have less resistance
and will develop high self esteem.

3) Let the kids have choices for rewards, punishments, and projects.

I think a key to getting my x to agree was realizing that ego gets in the way and causes
problems, so I could be humble and agree with my x that I have been part of the problem.
I explained to my ex that these ideas are coming from Dana, and that a teacher who was on
the webinar shared about using these concepts in her classroom and is seeing very positive results.” Mark Brown

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