ADHD is the most common behaviour disorder in the world. Research shows that untreated ADHD has severe consequences later in life.
Longterm coping with ADHD requires more than just popping pills. Over the last eight years I have researched and coached families and parents with children with behaviour problems. Thus, I focused on coping-skills and building family resilience.
On this journey I gained insights into the pitfalls and risks that such families face on a daily basis; also how to identify problems early on before they become unmanageable. I learned that families are able to recover from intense crises, grow and become much stronger in the process.
What works for one family does not necessarily work for the next. When your aim is to build family resilience it is much more effective to dig into your own resources, develop a bespoke approach, than to take advice from someone else. Coaching is all about self-empowerment.
High-risk families tend to struggle with high levels of conflict, marital discord and parental disempowerment. Coaching in combination with a behaviour modification and cognitive behaviour therapy, can help families reduce conflict, childhood defiance and negativity. It a very empowering.
Who would benefit:
Parents of children with behaviour problems
Families with high levels of internal conflict
Parents with different parenting styles
Adults with ADHD/Aspergers
What you could learn:
Analysing hotspots in your home (issues of conflict/control/rigidity)
Replacing chaos with calm (Motivation; self-control)
Effective Parenting Style & skills (debilitating belief-systems; create strong relationships with your children)
Improved self-esteem & confidence (family resilience & culture)
“It is in the day-to-day coping that families will be strengthened or torn apart.”