are possible, today.
Talking About the Tough Stuff?
Getting to the heart of the matter.
“Finding Melanie was a huge relief, finally someone who understood the struggle of supporting a teen through anxiety and depression.”
“Melanie helped me unpack and gain a better understanding of my daughter’s anxiety. I now feel I have many strategies and tools to use to help my daughter through this difficult time in her life, we no longer feel so helpless or at the mercy of the mental health system.”
“Just wanted to drop you a line as we had a huge success with P. this morning using some techniques from your coaching. There was a complete change in her disposition and alongside the nervousness, she was able to feel excitement before we arrived. I had some tears of happiness and pride which is such a contrast to the way I often feel going through these things.”
My Mahi, Your Solutions.
These practical, no nonsense courses are a easy way for you to learn new skills that will empower you to help your adolescent.
These courses have been designed by a busy mum for busy parents, bite sized information you can use and apply in your daily life. Your adolescents will notice.
Useful, practical sessions tailored to meet
your individual coaching requirements
one-off, stand-alone sessions
or as a package that can be tailored to meet your unique needs.
Specifically designed to meet the needs of your workplace or school.
Popular workshops are:
– Mental Health & Resilience
– Roadblocks to Communication
– Should I be worried (about teenage anxiety and depression)?
My rangatahi was diagnosed with anxiety and depression.
I didn’t know what to say or do for her. What if I got it wrong, and made it worse?
I was devastated. I felt so guilty for not being the parent she needed me to be.
These heart wrenching emotions inspired me to learn how to be the parent she needed and support her through it.
Every work morning I would get up five minutes earlier for the sole purpose of sitting quietly with my eyes closed and thinking about nothing.
Using the space to pause allows me time to think about what it is that’s most important to say.
Our children will do what we do before they do what we say.