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Mother and Son

1:1 Parent Coaching

Expert Guidance

Navigating the unique needs of a neurodivergent child can present challenges for any family. Compass understands that every child is different, and every family deserves personalized support tailored to their specific circumstances. My parent coaching service offers a compassionate and knowledgeable guide to help families thrive in the face of these challenges.


As an experienced coach specialising in working with families who have neurodivergent children, including those with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, and other developmental differences, I offer a safe and non-judgmental space where parents can explore their concerns, share their experiences, and gain practical strategies for overcoming obstacles.

Here's some of what we might work on together:

  1. Problem-Solving Sessions: Together, we work collaboratively to identify specific challenges you are facing, whether it's managing challenging behaviors, improving communication, or fostering independence. Through guided problem-solving sessions, I help you break down complex issues into manageable steps and develop effective strategies for addressing them.

  2. Behavior Management Techniques: Dealing with challenging behaviors can be one of the most difficult aspects of parenting a neurodivergent child. I provide evidence-based strategies and practical techniques for managing behavior in a way that is compassionate, effective, and respectful of your child's dignity.

  3. Communication Skills: Effective communication is key to building strong relationships within the family. I offer guidance on how to improve communication with your child, including strategies for active listening, expressing emotions, and resolving conflicts peacefully.

  4. Boundary Setting: Establishing clear and consistent boundaries is essential for promoting a sense of safety and predictability for neurodivergent children. I help you set appropriate boundaries and provide support in enforcing them in a positive and constructive manner.

  5. Promoting Independence: Building independence is a gradual process that requires patience, encouragement, and support. I work with you to identify opportunities for promoting independence in daily activities, academics, and social interactions, helping your child develop essential life skills and confidence.

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