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A report by The Harvard Business School (Strategy & Society by Michael E.Porter and Mark R. Kramer 2007) highlights the value to the employer and employee of supporting parents in the workplace.

The Parent Coaching Academy’s successful work in the corporate sector is highlighted in a feature – Working Out The Stresses of Family life – in The Sunday Times

1-1 Sessions

Are you a busy professional parent or a busy full-time mother or father? Are you committed to being the best parent you can be?

Work with a professional PCA Coach if you want:

  • Effective alternatives to shouting and other everyday Parent Tantrums.
  • Successful practical strategies to deal with your child’s challenging behaviour at home or in school.
  • Creative solutions to help you move forward with major family issues such as sleepless nights, discipline, arguments, unsuitable friends and concerns about drugs, truancy or alcohol.
  • An objective sounding board as you prepare your child for a significant change in family life as the result of separation or starting a new school.
  • Support in making significant decisions about your child’s childcare, education or health.
  • To stop feeling angry, anxious, guilty or sad.

UNIQUE 7-DAY PARENT COACH MODEL

At the Parent Coaching Academy, we have developed a unique 7-day model that motivates parents to tackle problems with a practical action plan – one day at a time. Our aim is to put mums and dads back in the driving seat. We help parents focus positively on creative solutions to their challenges and develop tailor-made strategies to achieve them. We work with mums and dads to close the gap between where they are and where they want to be. Our mission is to reduce parents’ stress levels and boost their energy so that they can get the maximum enjoyment from family and working life.

The programme is tailored to suit individual clients but will usually consist of 4 weekly phone sessions.  The coaching sessions are suitable for parents with children of all ages.

See what others are saying

“It’s not a male thing you discuss down the pub.  It was good to have a room full of people talking about issues that we all face.”
Luigi Strinati, Sunday Times

"It was really good to see how much the guys really cared about trying to be a great Dad and just how many of the challenges we face are the same, whether we had one new baby or a house full of belligerent teenagers."
Andy Campbell, Head of Sales Ophthalmics, Novartis Pharmaceuticals

"It was a great opportunity to hear the experiences and common challenges of fellow working Dads and to share some of the practical ideas we all have to effectively balance our work and family time."
Ed Damant, FIM Marketing & Sales

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