Find the treasure within your child with ADHD, followed by Q&A.
Susan Hughes, Parent Coach
Have you heard about ADHD parent coaching? If not, you need to tune into to this webinar to find out more about it.
The greatest effect you can have on your child with ADHD is to help them understand their strengths and what is stopping them getting in the way of meeting their goals. To do this, you as a parent, need the knowledge, tools and strategies for yourself in order to teach your child or children.
You know by now that parenting children with ADHD can be very challenging and at times, it’s difficult to see the positives. ADHD parent coaching provides support for you as the parent to work out solutions for the challenges you face. Coaching can guide you to changing your perspective on your child in order for you to see you child in a positive light and recognise his strengths. This leads your child to believe in himself more and grow by maximizing his strengths and learning strategies to support weaknesses. This is the secret to finding the treasure within your child.
Susan Hughes qualified as a personal and business coach in Ireland in 2007 and has been training in the “Parent as Coach” way since 2011. It is through her own personal challenges as a parent that she was drawn to parent coaching. She has her own coaching practice and presents parent training workshops specialling in ADHD parenting. Susan has worked with CLAN previously.
Susan graduated from ECU in 2017 with a Masters in Education by research. The research examined the effect parenting coaching had on parents of children with ADHD. Themes relating to mindfulness in parenting, changed parental cognitions, awareness of parenting styles, improved parent-child relationships and improved self-efficacy emerged from the research as being positive outcomes of parent coaching. Susan is passionate about supporting parents to be the parents they wish to be.
Susan is on the LADS management board and has previously served on the International Coach Federation Australia board for a number of years. Places are limited to 50. Book your place here!