It's Time to Land the Helicopter

Because let’s face it – what you are doing right now isn’t working.

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There is a more effective way to support your struggling teen.

What to Expect

No one sets out to be a helicopter parent. You sure didn’t, did you?

Yet, here you are…struggling to let go (even though what you are doing doesn’t feel good).

And it just doesn’t feel quite safe enough to stop micromanaging your teen’s life right now, especially when they are also struggling with their mental health. 

But when the time is right, it can be done in a way that will allow you to do what is best for your teen while you continue to support their emotional wellness.

In this training, we will explore:

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What it means to be a helicopter parent, why it is so easy to assume this role when you are parenting a teen with mental illness, and why what you are doing isn’t working.

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How to determine when it is time to pull back and the best way to do so while still supporting your teen’s mental health.

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How to find more effective ways to help and solutions that actually work.

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About Dr. Kathleen Young

Kathleen is a board certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist in private practice for 15 years. Over the years, Kathleen has had the pleasure of treating many wonderful patients and families using a combination of medication and therapy. While this has been incredibly rewarding, she has found that there is a need for help that exists beyond medication and therapy. It was after her own experience being coached that she decided to offer coaching as an alternative solution for parents who want to create peace at home and connection in their families.

Kathleen is professionally certified as a coach through The Life Coach School.