Single Dads, Divorced Dads, and Dads of daughters
"A good father is one the most unsung, upraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society."
Kids need their dads. And Dads have struggles too. Dad's are often heroes who suffer alone, in silence, under the weight that they carry. There is so much focus on moms and all the struggles they deal with; I think people forget that dads have trials and struggles too.
Dads need support and encouragement. Whether they are married, single, or divorced, there is a myriad of pressures, problems, and complications that can plague a father.
I'm Amelia Petersen and I'm a certified Claritypoint coach. I am passionate about parenting and about the real life problems and struggles that go with being a father and the intricacies of finding the right balance with kids and work and all the other craziness in between.
The Claritypoint program can help you to find answers and make specific, positive changes in yourself. by making changes for the better in yourself, you can also start to make improvements in the way you parent and show up for your kid(s).
What are some of your fears and struggles as a father?
What was your dad like?
What did he teach you that you want to pass down to your own kid(s)?
What did your dad do or not do, that you do or would like to do differently?
What are your strengths that you can build on?
And what are some of your weaknesses that keep you down?
These are all things we can explore within the Claritypoint program to help you find answers that will give you direction in tackling and overcoming obstacles that stand in your way to achieving greatness in your quest to become a stronger, more successful father.
Amelia Taylor is 35 years old. She has 6 kids and has worked with kids of various ages all her adult life including, as a mom of course, but also daycare, Headstart, and substitute teacher, Cub/Boy Scout leader and primary teacher.
Amelia has a special place in her heart for dads. Over the years she has seen the quiet strength with which so many fathers carry their burdens. She has often found herself in the position of offering support and encouragement to dads who need it and she feels called to serve struggling fathers, through a program that has the potential to be life changing in more ways than one.
HOW COACHING WORKS
FIRST - Set up one introductory appointment with a Coach and give coaching a try. See if you like it and the Claritypoint approach.
If you like it, you have a couple options:
Small Group Coaching - These groups have 4-6 women or men. The sessions are done by conference call, every other week for six months. (So you can do the program from the comfort of your home.)You spend 1.5-2 hours with your coach learning the material, having discussions and experiences together as a group. You also have daily homework in between sessions. This consists of a small reading assignment and some journal writing. Many people love the group format because they learn so much from each other and make some great friends. This is the most inexpensive way to experience coaching.
Executive Life Coaching - You can work with a coach one on one, meeting weekly to experience the Claritypoint process in it's most life changing format. You will gain rock-solid self-esteem, communication and relationship skills, time management, motivation repair, and cure your fear of failure forever. This process will be customized to fit your specific needs and schedule.