Parenting. It's hard work. And there are times you wonder how you 'qualified' for the job!
There were (and are) many times I did not feel confident as a Mom when I had to make decisions around how I was gonna support them -- particularly when it comes to their learning.
I even had some “insider” knowledge, as I had worked as an Occupational Therapist in the school setting for a number of years and I still doubted my approach at the time!
I knew I could look at skill development with my professional training.
I knew what supports were (and were not) available to help my children.
I had all this knowledge, yet I had to walk a path that did not seem to be clear. It didn't seem to make sense...why was this path unclear???
I was supporting my kids in a way I had not seen before. And I knew if I was walking this path with some uncertainty than other Moms were as well.
I have now walked this path for years and I’m clear on where I’m going and what I can offer others. But it wasn't easy and honestly I'm not done yet!
But I'm here because I don't want other Moms (or Dads) to feel this lack of confidence or uncertainty that I experienced.
I want YOU to
- feel empowered...so you can empower your child.
- have the support I didn’t have as a Mom.
- have access to my years of experience as a parent and professional.
So YOU can support your child:
- to feel empowered to learn and develop skills in a way that fits them.
- to allow them to see all their learning abilities.
- to allow them to see all the different possibilities in their future and to keep their self-esteem and confidence intact.
How can I do this?
A few ways... you can access my Invincible Mama Program which offers Videos and Workbooks to help you work through the steps to supporting your child which is a great fit for the summer. (And the program will line up with what I'm doing as a Professional when you feel the time is right).
But you can also jump into direct support from me with my Strategy Sessions.
So if you are not feeling very confident -- that's okay -- it's part of the journey. Just know you don't have to do this alone.