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Work One-on-One with Susan Morley - Atlanta's Leading Parenting Coach
What is a Parenting Coach Anyway?
A Parent Coach is basically a personal trainer for your parenting challenges. They work one-on-one with you to identify specific issues you're facing, like tantrums or communication gaps, and then offer practical, easy-to-implement solutions. It's short-term and goal-focused, so you'll see changes quickly. They're your go-to support for making family life more manageable, and they tailor their advice to fit your unique situation.
Do You Feel Like You're Failing at Parenting?
You'd love to know exactly what you can do to help your child follow simple directions (without yelling, bribing, or threatening).
It feels like your child is angry with you but you don't know why.
You understand that your kid keeps it together at school but you are their safe space so they lose it and melt down on you. Especially when school has just started up again after summer.
And even though you get that they need to blow off steam at the end of the day, if you're honest, you hate that it's always you that gets the tantrums, that gets hit, that gets the worst of it.
Is the issue ADD/ADHD?
Does your child have sensory processing disorder and need an OT?
Would your child be considered "on the Autism spectrum?"
Should you ask the school for a 504 or IEP?
Are you allowing too much screen-time?
If run-of-the-mill parenting advice has not worked for your child and you are starting to realize this is not "just a phase" you child is going to grow out of then it's time to get help.
You want a professional who specializes getting consistent results for parents so you can feel confident that you are raising good humans.
You want someone who will get straight to the point and tell you why your discipline methods are not working and show you EXACTLY what to do so that your children listen to you while deepening the precious connection you have with them.
Get The Six Steps:
You don't want your kid to be "that kid."
You know your child can be a lot to handle.
And that makes spending time with friends and family, well, difficult.
You've tried everything to help your child get along with others.
But those techniques don't work with your kid.
You wish others would understand that your kid is different. But they don't.
And you feel like you're failing as a mom.
- Nobody understands what it's like
- You worry your child will keep hitting
- You need support and tools that work
- You are completely exhausted
- You want to honor who they truly are
- You wish the outbursts would stop
6-Steps for Parenting with More Joy & Less Yelling with Susan Morley
"Today, we are speaking to a guest who is a certified elementary teacher and a parenting coach for moms who want to end the constant power struggles with their kids, be on the same page with their partners, and have more fun with their family. She also has a six step system to create healthy limits and boundaries to raise kids to grow into successful and happy adults."
There is a better way.
Imagine: Relaxing with friends and family who enjoy spending time with your family, and a deep connection with your child that will last (even through the teen years).
You will know how to speak to your child in a variety of respectful ways so they listen the first time.
You will be in control, without being controlling, while honoring your child's spirit.
Your child will always know they have your deep, unconditional love even when they misbehave.
"My exceptionally gifted daughter struggled with motivation and friendships. Susan provides the support and tools I need to help my daughter succeed in school and develop empathy with her peers."
-Teri Armijo Booth
Real Estate Broker and Mom
1. Schedule a Free Call
It's time to stop "trying everything" and start solving the problems that are preventing you from being the parent you want to be so that your family can thrive.
2. Learn a Better Way to Parent
You will learn to identify & meet the needs of your child so you don't have to yell to get them to listen or punish to correct misbehavior.
3. Enjoy Deeper Relationships
You are calm, confident, & relaxed. Your child is, too! Everyone is happier and your family enjoys spending time with friends and family even during holidays and vacations.
I believe there is a better way to parent your "strong-willed" child.
For too long, "respect" meant children who were "seen and not heard" because they were truly afraid of adults.
There is a better way.
I was raised by a single mom who did the best she could with what she had. There were good times. But there were dark times, too.
When I found myself yelling to try to control my strong-willed child, I felt like I had failed.
I was doing the exact thing I swore I'd never do; yell and punish to get her to do what I wanted.
And it wasn't working.
Worse, I could tell it was damaging my relationship with both my children; they were afraid of my anger just like I was afraid of my parents' anger when I was young.
I knew something needed to change.
So, I created a simple yet powerful parenting plan that helped me handle my reaction to any of my children's misbehavior without yelling or punishments.
Ever have days when being a mom is so overwhelming that all you want to do is hide out at a local Marriott for one night so you can be alone for more than five minutes (not to mention getting a full night's sleep)?
I get it. I lived it. And I got through it.
Today, I am confident in my parenting and in the great (imperfect) relationship I have with my kids.
I want that for you, too.
Client Success Stories
“Thank you—your technique appears to have worked, and on the very first night, no less. We had one evening of tantrumming for about 45 minutes, and ever since then, it's been MUCH more manageable. Is there negotiating? Yes. There is a lot of "mommy staaaayyyyyy!" But the expectation of a prize seems to be gone. THANK YOU so much for your help. You really helped my family dig ourselves out of the prize hole!”
“I will send Susan many “SOS” emails or text messages when my daughter is causing a ruckus at home or at school. Susan will respond and talk me off the ledge before I behead said child. She does not nickel and dime you with charges for these morsels of advice she hands out on the fly-she charges very reasonably. If anything I think she should charge me more for having to repeat herself to me all the time! ”