Work With Me

I work on a one-to-one basis with parents, with regular coaching calls.

I will coach you in various tools and strategies that will enable you to create a home environment in which you will be able to give your child the best support, helping them towards recovery. If you would like to know how to deal with your child’s outbursts and difficult times around mealtimes while maintaining your calm, I have the solution for you.

I will also support you as an individual so that you stay focused on looking after yourself too and have the strength and resources to give the most support you can to your child.

Talking with Silvia over a period of 2-3 months for an hour each time has been challenging but really helpful. I was able to reach within myself and find strength to make changes I had thought were out of reach.  My issues were to do with family relationship problems with adult children not able to move out due to enduring mental illness. The sessions showed me in 3D as it were the fact (which I already knew but hadn’t experienced) that if I change, others around me will inevitably also change. In this case for the better.
Julia G

Parents matter too - Coaching and support for parents and carers

Over the years I have learned that parents are not the cause but CAN BE A BIG PART OF THE SOLUTION. No one can accelerate your child’s recovery more than you can. There isn’t one right way of dealing with this situation but everyone has to find their own answers that work best for them and their child.

“My daughter is undergoing therapy, but coping well with her everyday life, our relationship is much more positive and I feel I have taken more control over my own life. The effect of the coaching not only improved our family relationships but enabled me to let go of some of the guilt and blame I had heaped on myself.  Although I didn’t feel that I needed help, I realise now that I did and this enabled me to cope much more effectively with my daughter’s illness.”

Linda K

Would you like to find out more about  how you can give your child the right support and remain calm and confident?

Apply for your “Next step to supporting your child” no obligation session to find out more about me and my support.

 

In the consultation session we will spend up to an hour talking about your situation and exploring what help you may need. It is also an opportunity for us to get to know each other and see if we have the right chemistry to work well together.
This session is completely free and there is no obligation for you to work with me or to book any paid sessions. This is a unique opportunity for you to focus on your situation in a safe space where you will have my undivided attention and:
Counselling Has Helped You To Deal With the Trauma, Are You Ready To Move Forward?

  • You will have time and space to think in a non-judgemental and confidential environment
  • You will be able to get clear on your biggest challenge and what you can do about it
  • You will have clarity on what my works entails and how it may help you regarding your challenges around your child
  • You will leave with at least one step that will support your child
  • You will find out if I am the right person to help you                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 I will only commit to working with you if I can see that my style of work  is the the best solution for you.

This session can be arranged on Skype, telephone or even face to face depending on your location.

Once you make the decision that you will do anything to help your child to recover and stay hopeful, you have taken the most important step.

The next step is to speak with me. Book your complimentary consultation session today:

Apply for your “Next step to supporting your child” no obligation session to find out more about me and my support.

 

 

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