Family Coaching

Where are you most comfortable? Where does your child feel happiest and safest? 

That’s where you will find Susan’s office. Whether it’s in your home, a coffee shop, or a tree house (true story), Susan will meet you or your children there.

Starting out with confidential talks with each member of the family, Susan quickly builds the trust and rapport so critical to building stronger family bonds. She then provides valuable communication tools and lifelong problem solving skills. From the toddler who won’t listen, to the young adult who is struggling to find the right path, Susan can help.

On-going meetings or a single session? Out of town or unable to meet in person? Susan is also available by phone, Skype, or Video Chat.

In-Person Family Coaching Sessions

Susan meets with parents, kids, and entire families to help solve their family concerns and challenges. You can continue to struggle with parenting questions on your own, or you can ask for help. Private coaching with Susan, in person or by phone, could turn your situation around, sometimes even overnight.

$140 per hour

Remote Coaching Sessions

If you are unable to meet with Susan in person, or simply prefer to meet virtually, you can connect with her through a phone, FaceTime or Skype session. 

$140 per hour

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See what parents and kids have to say…

Mom of 16 year old and 10 year old sons

“Susan was my guiding light in a very dark time in our family. Her support (at all hours of the day and night), her understanding and gentle and sometimes not so gentle advice made the difference in our family’s life and more importantly in my son’s life. I truly believe if it wasn’t for Susan, my older son would have ended up in Juvenile Hall or worse.”

Dad with 3 children

“Thanks for sharing your great tips with us. This is a big relief to know that this kind of behavior is common and typical. It seems that there is no end in learning how to work with the kids. This is great to have people like you that can help others to learn how to improve their relationship with their kids.”

Alison, 11 year old girl

“I like you, Susan. You are really easy to talk to.”