This is my leading program, both in my opinion and in the opinion of the amazing parents I have already worked with. Just like learning a new language requires patience, devotion, and – you guessed it – a lot of compassion, so does making Nonviolent Communication the way we speak at home. Compassion and empathy take time and practice.
During this month you will learn how to communicate to your children in a way that makes them listen. You will learn how to address their deepest needs, and how to influence their behavior by finding beneficial strategies to get their needs met. You will learn how to get your needs met, because we can only meet the needs of others when we are satisfied ourselves, don’t we? As a result, we will significantly decrease the amount of yelling, fighting, and power struggles.
Breaking old habits is hard, and returning to old habits is easy. For this reason, time is a meaningful feature in learning, practicing, and making Nonviolent Communication the language of YOUR life.
How Will it Work?
I will contact you within 24 hours from the moment your investment was made. You will receive a detailed email that will include your coaching agreement and the link to your coaching document where most sessions will take place. We will then schedule a video/call to get to know each other better. Since I want us to be sure we are a good fit before we start working together, your investment will be returned if you decide not to continue.
What Can You Expect?
I offer UNLIMITED parent coaching, and when I say unlimited – I mean unlimited. During your month of coaching, I will be replying your emails on a daily basis and I will be urging you to write as much as possible to make sure that you are getting the most out of your coaching. While our main goal is to significantly improve your family life, cooperation, and communication with your loved ones, we will also be concentrating on your fears, worries, and insecurities to improve your personal life experience.
Some Feedback from Parents:
…”I wasn’t one of these parents who thought they were doing everything right, and in light of how things were at home, I knew I wasn’t doing great. But I didn’t know how to do better. Saying that both Dad and I learned a new language is an understatement”
…”Even before the kids were born we knew that we didn’t want to parent like our parents did, but as everyone got a bit older, we found ourselves doing just that and none of us liked it, but we didn’t know what to do differently. My wife then came across Viki’s service and things have significantly improved, and we’re still working on it 🙂 ”
…”It’s quite funny (and sad) how unaware we are of the real meaning of what we say to our children. suddenly the lack of cooperation seems so clear – I mean, of course he won’t cooperate if he hears that behind my words”
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’ll gladly hop on a call to explain more and see if we’re a good fit.
Hope to meet you soon!
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