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Empowering families

  • Each session is uniquely designed to reflect the family’s dynamics and objectives.  ​

  • Throughout the sessions, you'll acquire valuable problem-solving skills to confidently address future issues.  ​

  • You'll have the option to include children in the sessions.

  • Coaching sessions adapted to children 7 to 21 years old.

Parenting children 6 to 12 years old

  • Creating healthy routines: Instill basic hygiene habits, encourage participation in house chores, and teach the importance of cleanliness. 

  • Managing screen time: Establish guidelines on acceptable screen time, promote awareness of time spent on screens, and guide family decisions on what to watch and play together or individually. Discuss sensitive topics like exposure to inappropriate content thoughtfully. 

  • Behavior management: Address peer conflicts, bullying dynamics, attitudes, and disrespect, offering constructive ways to handle these issues. 

  • Engaging activities: Fun and educational activities that parents and children can enjoy together. 

  • Enhancing communication and language skills: Develop strategies to improve interaction and language development, especially in multilingual environments. 

  • Fostering independence: Encourage self-reliance, teach understanding of mistakes, and respect each child’s developmental pace. 

  • Implementing discipline, choices, and limits: Help set appropriate boundaries that respect the child's developmental needs and individuality. 

What can Montessori Mentoring  help with ?

  • Parenting according to specific age range

  • Navigating discipline

  • Setting limits and choices

  • Resolving conflicts

  • Managing tantrums

  • Aprehending behavioral crisis

  • Adressing sibling rivalery

  • Establishing routines

  • Adapting the environment

  • Enhancing communication 

  • Forstering independence

  • And much more...

Parenting children 13 to 21 years old

  • Navigating conflicts: Strategies for managing and resolving conflicts between adults and teens effectively. 

  • Screen time: Continued guidance on managing digital engagement as interests and social connections evolve. 

  • Substance abuse: Education and prevention strategies to address and mitigate risks associated with substance use. 

  • Motivation: Techniques to encourage and sustain motivation in academic and personal pursuits. 

  • Risk-taking: Understanding and managing risk-taking behavior typical of this developmental stage. 

Parenting children 12 months to 6 years old

  • Establishing routines: Bedtime, bath, eating, dressing, and more. 

  • Creating an adapted environment: Utilize Montessori methods to enhance your home environment. 

  • Managing tantrums and behavioral crises: Gain insights into the causes of tantrums and how to handle them effectively. 

  • Addressing sibling rivalry: Techniques to foster cooperation and reduce conflict. 

  • Engaging activities: Fun and educational activities to do together. 

  • Enhancing communication and language skills: Strategies to improve interaction and language development, especially in multilingual settings. 

  • Fostering independence: Encourage self-reliance, understanding of mistakes, and respecting the child's pace. 

  • Implementing discipline, choices, and limits: Learn to set appropriate boundaries that respect the child's development. 

Strategies for Adults 

  • Self-care: Emphasize the importance of parental self-care as a cornerstone of effective parenting. 

  • Parental guilt: Strategies to manage and reduce feelings of guilt associated with parenting decisions and actions. 

  • The prepared adult in Montessori pedagogy: Training and insights on embodying Montessori principles in parenting and everyday interactions. 

  • Limits and independence: Balancing the need for setting boundaries with promoting independence as children grow older. 

  • Worries and fears: Addressing common parental concerns and providing supportive strategies to cope with them. 

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