617-475-0942 kh@kimberlyhackett.com

The goal of parent coaching is to empower parents to lead

When we take care of ourselves, we take care of our children

When we understand ourselves, we understand our children

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PARENT TALKS

Empowering Parent Self-Leadership
When parents lead, kids benefit

Parenting is this incredible opportunity to grow into who we’re meant to be. How do we maximize the joy of being a parent when we feel hamstrung by inadequacy and old wounds? Take time to lay a foundation that supports your growth. Any question you have about how to parent your child leads back to you. You’re the change agent. You’re the one who makes the difference. 

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At the risk of sounding melodramatic, I often credit Kimberly with saving our lives – at the very least, she’s provided us with support that has dramatically changed our lives. Kimberly asks hard questions, and holds my feet to the fire. She has a gift for asking the right questions, and coming up with strategies that are manageable, comprehensible and always on target. I can’t say enough about her skills and talents. I would highly recommend her to any struggling family.

Suzanne

Single mother of two boys

Parenting The Inner Child

What we give ourselves, we give our child. When we block our inner child, we block our child.  Our inner child knows what she wants. She knows exactly how she wants to be loved. But who takes care of our inner child, who loves her now that we are no longer children?... read more

Noticing Busyness

Last night in the parent group, we talked about Busyness being a guard. It got me thinking about pond skaters, the water bug that glides, skips and skates on pond surfaces. Busyness is like pond skating. It keeps us from stopping in place, from staying put, from being... read more

Noticing People

Overhearing only snatches of conversation when I look up. Two men at a nearby table. They’re getting to know one another, a relaxed professional meeting, I guess. To my left, by the window,  two woman compliment each other. “You look great.” Friends.... read more

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