Are you overwhelmed and confused about how to approach your child's behaviour or learning difficulties? Do you need space to talk with someone who knows what it is like to have a child that is struggling?
There are tools, techniques and personal support available that can help free you from self-doubt, confusion and feeling helpless.
Since 2009 I've been working to support parents and children with sensory processing disorder. I have four children of my own, each with unique learning and behavioural challenges.
As a motherhood coach and qualified counsellor, I can offer you the support you need to mother and nurture your child (or children), making the shift from struggling to thriving.
With the right tools, skills and personal support you can transform how your children learn so they can thrive in school and at home, finding ways to express their gifts confidently and achieve their potential.
Why wait another week or even another year to turn things around.
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"In all my dealings with Joanne personally and professionally I have felt supported and completely free to say whatever I am feeling without fear of judgment. Her personality is so open and warm and her help has been invaluable to me." - Kristin M
"Jo is so calm and amazing with kids but also totally relatable and has been through it all herself. I could not recommend her services more." Bridget M
"Jo has been a breath of fresh air and voice of reason. I love that I go home with homework each week, strategies and tools to help me and my daughter! Thank you for offering solutions and suggestions! It makes it even more 'real' because you have lived/are living through similar circumstances. It's nice to be heard!" Kirsty G
"Thanks for a fantastic presentation today. I’m hoping to implement some of the strategies you’ve suggested, and hopefully make tricky times easier for my sensory children." - Chris M
"Thank you for such an informed, well set out and educational workshop. Up until your workshop, I didn’t really understand much about sensory processing issues. Now I have a clear idea of what life is like for Jackson and how I can help him, which is such a relief. I have already put some of the strategies you suggested in place and they are working really well and the best part is he really loves the activities too." - Nardia R
Understanding your child and how they learn, whether you are struggling with challenging behaviour or learning difficulties.
Understanding children who are labelled as "the naughty child", "the fidgeter" or who go under the radar and are known as "the floppy child".
The key to a happier family life starts with feeling good about yourself and being organised.