About this course
Desperate for some peace and calm?
I hear that! You want to help your child with ADHD succeed, but you also want a more patient, calm, peaceful, cooperative, purposeful, and joyful parenthood, right? You want to be the mom (or dad) your child needs. I know it probably feels impossible — it felt that way to me for several years. But, it's absolutely possible.
That’s why I’m thrilled to personally invite you to join me as I guide you to achieve the optimal mindset for parenting your child with ADHD... successfully and purposefully.
It's all about training your mindset.
If all the expert advice hasn't worked, why should you believe that this course can help you?
Because, I am one of you!
When my son was diagnosed with ADHD, I was completely overwhelmed and, the harder I tried to "fix" it, the more hopeless I became. I was drowning in feelings of hopelessness and helplessness for more than two years, trying to figure out how to best help my son.
It took me a long time and a lot of heartache to finally discover that my thoughts and the emotions I placed on them — my attitude about ADHD — were preventing success, joy, patience, improvement... Once I began to be mindful of my mindset and my thinking, we experienced a dramatic shift in a positive direction.
I want that for you and your family, too.
Every parent deserves a joyful, fulfilling, accomplished parenthood.
I created the Get Your Mind Right course just for you. It's time you're empowered to create the parenthood you want to have. It will be transformative for your entire family.
Nothing is more gut wrenching than knowing you’re meant to be a positive force in your child’s life, but feeling like there's a wall between you and that success.
In this course, you'll learn how to let go and trust the process. You'll get to know your child in a much more meaningful and useful way. The real problems, and how to begin improving them, will become apparent to you. You'll have the tools and strategies to remain patient and calm with your child (most of the time — hey, we're all human). And you'll learn how to take care of you, and why self-care is paramount to your success in raising a child with ADHD.