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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

Parent Coaching Agreement

  1. I am ready, willing and able to be coached.
  2. I want to invest time in myself.
  3. I am committed to closing the gap between where I am and where I want to be.
  4. I am committed to implementing practical action plans that will cut my stress levels and boost my energy levels
  5. I acknowledge that coaching is the appropriate discipline for the positive changes I want to make.
  6. I fully understand that I am responsible for my actions and the outcome of my actions.
  7. I understand that the coaching sessions are confidential*.
  8. I want to achieve my full potential as a parent – and enjoy doing it.

*  With the exception of issues arising that cause concern for the safety of a child.

Read and agree with the coaching agreement

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See what others are saying

“Lorraine helped me to clarify what I wanted from a nanny when I went back to work, most of all she helped me to get the confidence to make big changes in my life.”
E Lipworth, Sunday Times

“Lorraine reduced my stress levels by half and instead of worrying all the time I’m really enjoying my time with Charlie.”
Kate Signy, ITV’s This Morning

"I love the way the 7-Day Parent Coach empowers parents to tackle the daily stresses and strains that can make parenting feel like an endurance test at times."
Mara Lee, Editor, Practical Parenting

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