If you’ve tried everything you can think of to help your adult child get launched in their personal and professional life and you’re feeling frustrated with the results, this information session could be valuable.
In my coaching practice I meet many mid-life clients who experience this challenge and they often ask me if I can help their children. One of the requirements of being an ICF certified coach is knowing who you can best serve and for me that’s mid-lifers in life and/or career transition. I’m not ideally suited to help their children and let’s face it, would you want to work with the same coach that’s helping your parents?
That didn’t mean that I didn’t understand what they were going through – I have a young adult son myself and have watched his journey towards independence. I decided that I wanted to find a way to help bring a new perspective and some potential ideas for dealing with the challenge of young adults failing to launch and this information session is the result.
That’s why I’ve invited my good friend and fellow coach Joi Saunders to share some of her wisdom in this information session.
Here’s what Joi wants you to know about this information session:
You’ll leave with a renewed sense of hope knowing that many of the things you’re already doing are positive and helpful and you’ll have some new ideas for connecting with your adult child and supporting them as they move forward.
If you’re ready for some new ideas contact me at 778-265-6880 or email me at email@example.com to reserve your seat. Seating is limited, so please call early to avoid disappointment.