life coaching for parents

How to Get Your Teen to Believe in Herself

Ivana Pejakovic B.Sc., MABelieving in oneself is the first step to success, happiness, and a feeling of control in life. It is also a learned behaviour that becomes a habit when practiced over time. Likewise, self-doubt and feelings of inferiority can also become a habit if practiced frequently. If you find your teen has a […]

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  December 3, 2011   1 comment

Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy With Your Child at Home

Ivana PejakovicB.Sc., MA Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of counselling that helps clients understand how thoughts and feelings influence behaviour. CBT has helped teens with various issues, including, anger, low opinion of oneself, stress, anxiety, low self-esteem and confidence, and many other problems. For example, a teen who constantly thinks about being made […]

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  December 3, 2011   No comments

Life Coaching for Teens

Ivana Pejakovic B.Sc., MAAccording to research, youth who have 3 or more adult role models (in addition to their parents) are less likely to engage in unsafe behaviours including, sex, drugs, and alcohol. The adult role models can be athletic coaches, teachers, extended family members, or a member from the church/ temple/ synagogue. Unfortunately, today’s […]

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  November 20, 2011   2 comments

Life Coaching for Parents

Ivana Pejakovic B.Sc., MALife coaching is not just for individuals looking for personal improvement in career, social, or financial areas of life. Life coaching is also extremely effective in putting families back on track. Many life coaches are finding themselves working with parents (or the family as a unit) to help parents create the relationship […]

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  November 20, 2011   No comments