Parenting Highly Sensitive Children (HSC)
Sensitive + Intuitive + Introverted + Anxious
Parenting the HSC
Do you worry about your highly sensitive child and don’t know what to do about it? Are they reactive, whiny, throw tantrums or shutdown? Do they get angry or lash out when you discipline them or say to you it’s not fair? Does it confuse you because they can focus for hours at home and in school struggle to do so?
Parenting these children is different than parenting every child, however, what is good for the HSC is good for all children.
In Group Coaching you’ll learn how to stop the tantrums in their tracks, help the child communicate their feelings and needs, understand how to always be a good enough parent, gain the key to what keeps your child stuck and why. Plus, get perspective on how to deal with teenagers, risky behavior in young ones and how to know you are on track to raise a great adult.
The biggest thing you’ll receive from this is a lifetime of enjoyment because you have created a strong bond with your child and that is priceless!
I work with parents in group coaching who desire to have:
-A place to learn, listen and practice these techniques right away.
-To gain support of a community.
-Access to more tools to round out their parenting.
-Want to see immediate results and change.
-Have one or a few long term problem that needs addressing.
-Access to Amy directly through email, group and private calls.
It's hard to watch your children struggle and not know what to do. What's even harder is to feel alone in this struggle. I am a highly sensitive person, am raising two highly sensitive people and have learned an angle of parenting that is uncompromised in creating a high-level understanding of your highly sensitive child.
In our session I'll give you tools to support your journey, they may be books, videos or something I offer in the work I do but truly only if it's a match.
Amy helped me understand my child and what to do to change it all for the better!
Amy Vasterling is not only a fabulous teacher, she is a generous, loving soul who wants to help people be the best they can be. Her style of teaching is differentiated than the style of most teachers. First and foremost, Amy listens to the needs of each parent and child, asking probing questions that will help get us into the real issues. She speaks not of theory but of application, examples and conversations, which allows a more engaging and deeper learning experience. The best thing about Amy is that she admits her mistakes and shares stories of failures and recoveries as well as wins and opportunities within in her own experiences. She is able to build community within the classroom by fostering and maintaining a shared sense of trust with the participants, which allows us all to develop as people, not just as parents and children. I value each time I get to spend with Amy and learn something new.
~Kerrie E. Burnsville, MN