Are you struggling with your child’s behavior?
Is your child not listening to you?
Are the strategies you have been using not working?
Are you longing for a deeper connection with your child?
Are you tired of repeating yourself over and over?
Have you lost your sense of self within your parenting role?
Have you always said you wouldn’t be like your parents when having kids and now you recognize you use discipline in the same way?
Maybe you desire better boundaries. Maybe the boundaries you do have in place are not truly yours.
Maybe you want to connect with your child, but do not know how to.
Maybe your child has been diagnosed with ADHD and/or Autism and you have no clue how to work with your child and you feel alone.
As an Attuned Parent Coach, I am here to guide you towards attuning to your child and understanding where the child is emotionally and developmentally, through understanding neuro, brain, and attachment science based on the work of Dr. Daniel Siegel and Alfie Kohn. How the nervous system plays
a significant role in behavior and how attunement, compassionate support, calming tools, and positive communication help calm your and the child’s nervous system, based on the work of Dr. Stephen Porges, Dr. Deb Dana, and understanding behaviors through the work of Dr. Mona Delahooke.
The Attuned Parent Coaching Program can be especially helpful and be a great support and implementation option if your child has been diagnosed as “on the spectrum” or has any other diagnosis that feels challenging to you and you are struggling.
I also guide you towards attuning to yourself and understanding your own needs, fears and how your childhood has impacted your understanding
and view of children today, which would be the foundation of your ability to extend it to your child.
Through having a better all-around understanding and awareness, it becomes an incredibly empowering opportunity for both you and your child that supports a much more peaceful and harmonious parent-child relationship dynamic.
When we feel triggered by our children’s behavior, it is an invitation to go within and find out why exactly this behavior triggers us.
I understand your needs as a parent
I have been there and understand what you are going through. That’s why I am here to support you towards a more peaceful and harmonious parent-child relationship. I have been there as a mother of 4 kids and one of my children being “on the spectrum”. I understand the struggles. That’s why I am here to support you towards a more peaceful and harmonious parent-child relationship.
I utilize methods that are proven to work based on the latest discoveries in neuro, brain, and attachment science and compassionate communication tools. These tools support a safe reconnection with the body and the nervous system, which offer the ability to work towards making positive changes without bringing up any fear that may stall your progress.
Quality & Community
I support an all-inclusive and non-judgmental space to promote a sense of safety for each individual and their unique experiences. You are completely accepted exactly as you are right now as well as the experiences that have shaped your current parenting experience.
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Personalized support and guidance towards a deeper connection with yourself and your children through making sense of your own childhood experiences, how it has affected you and is affecting your parenting now and how you can better understand your children and their behaviors through learning about attachment, brain, and neuroscience.
Support and guidance are given in a group setting, towards a deeper connection with yourself and your children through making sense of your own childhood experiences, how it has affected you and is affecting your parenting now and how you can better understand your children and their behaviors through learning about attachment, brain, and neuroscience.
Hi, I’m Bianca
As a mother to 4 children, and one of my children being on the autism spectrum, I understand what it is like to go through the challenges of parenthood. How do I do this? Will I do it right? How do I get my child to listen to my needs? How can I make my child do that? I certainly had no clue, but the only few things I didn’t doubt was that nurturing my children from an attachment parenting point of view felt right and that physical punishment did not. However, the way I approached them was still at times guided by my upbringing, which was the authoritarian “power-over” parenting style. It instilled a lot of fear, shame, insecurity, and self-doubt in me, even though that was not the goal my parents had. When my first child was born, the identity I had created for myself throughout my life, was no longer resonating with me either, but then what was left? Beyond the fact that I now was a wife and a mother, who was I? This question sent me on an inner journey that deconstructed my upbringing, the way I perceived things, and the belief system I had lived by for so long. I learned that it was largely influenced by my parents and the people around me, it wasn’t truly my own, alongside the experiences later in life that shaped me as well. The kind of relationship I had with my children was a reflection of how I felt within and about myself, and I no longer agreed to have my past influence on how I was available to my children. This created a shift for me and a more peaceful connection that followed suit with my children. This led me to become a parenting coach and support other parents towards a more peaceful connection with their children too.
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