About Kathy
About Parent Coaching
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Kathy Thomas, RTC
Parent Coach, Guidance & Support for Parents

Are you struggling with your child's behaviour?

I can help! Learn how to stop the yelling, get calmer and be a more confident parent. The result? A happier you, a happier family.

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Parenting is tough. You want to be the best parent you can be but when kids act out, coping with their behaviour can be very stressful, tough on your relationships, and disruptive for the rest of the family.

Wouldn't it be great if all it took were a few words to correct the way your child behaves? Not so easy. Managing a family is intense and before you know it - a crisis has arrived!

How do you know if you need help?

By now you may be so used to a disruptive household, that you're beginning to think it's normal to yell, get angry and feel tired all the time. If you are like many of the parents I consult with, you may very well be at the end of your rope. Check it out. The following might sound familiar...

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  • yelling is a regular habit
  • the kids don't listen anymore
  • punishments aren't working
  • constant bedtime battles
  • on-going homework battles
  • arguing with your partner
  • feeling exhausted, cranky, & fed up

What would you say if I told you that it doesn't have to be this way?

The thing is - you do have the options to alter how you relate to your kids to make it better for all of you. You do have the ability to raise happy, productive kids and still get along with your partner. You can be a happy person and still be a great parent.

Without support, it can be a lonely and frustrating journey. But it's not too late to make things better. The good news is there's help and you don't have to do it alone.

Hi. I'm Kathy Thomas and I offer guidance and support for parents. I use real and effective techniques that last forever, are easy to implement, and have proven to resolve many of the problem areas within weeks. Once you incorporate my techniques into your daily routine, you'll notice a strong improvement in your child's behaviour and you'll start enjoying your family again, sleep better, and be happier.

If I'm striking a chord with you now and you want to know more about how I can help - please feel free to call or email me. Tell me about your parenting challenges. I'm sure I can help.

I look forward to hearing from you!

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Just wanted to drop you a note to say THANK YOU! Your sessions have helped Ben and I beyond what we expected. It took some time for us to adjust and now we can't imagine parenting any other way. The improvements we have seen in Connor are drastic. My mother in law commented to me this morning that she has not seen "this Connor" in over 8 months. He is actually fun to be around, As I say this on the brink of tears and almost a sense of guiltiness, this past Sunday I spent an entire morning alone with him doing something fun for him and I actually enjoyed myself. I really cannot remember the last time this has happened. Thank you so much for your time and know that we both have your number as I don't doubt we will need to use it again.
Kathleen & Ben Moore
I first met with Kathy in 2008 and we clicked right away!!! My girls were teenagers at the time and I needed some tips on how to be a better parent and not lose my mind at the same time. There are so many advantages to having a Kathy as our parent coach. I work with her regularly - it is a great experience. Kathy has taught my husband and I that its the way you communicate that really counts to keep the relationship going even with our hormonal, irrational, alien like teenagers. I've also learned to separate my feelings and not take it personally. Kathy has eased our parenting journey because we have learned to set up boundaries not only for our kids but with our entire family, parents and in laws.
Kathy helped us to see why it is so important to change the way we engage with our children, helped us to understand the effects of changing our approach and why it really matters. Kathy gets it and provides good concrete examples of how to change your approach when you want to connect with your children.