Parents, did you know you were so powerful?

Lititia-Mancini-parliament-street-newsLeticia Mancini- Family Coach. My name is Letitia “Tish” Mancini.  Becoming a Family & Life Coach grew from my drive for fulfillment in life.  As I grew into who I am, I realized that my calling was to share and support others with their growth and changes.  So, why a Family Coach? I have been working in the field of Early Childhood Education since 1983. In that time, I have been able to distill these two fundamental truths;

  • Parents must function optimally in order to be prepared to raise children who also function and live optimally.
  • Parents must, themselves, be nurtured in order for them to best nurture their children.

 

As a parent, you are your child’s most important resource.  You are the support network, the one who mitigates stress and fosters mental health. You are the most significant educator, the model for moral and ethical values, the one who teaches how to be successful, play, and how to love. Did you know you were so powerful? So, when you as parents, either individually or as a couple, are not at your peak, it is not just you who will struggle.

 
I offer a service that provides a safe, neutral and nurturing environment where you will have the opportunity to explore, embrace change, and regain your forward momentum. I look forward to hearing from you.

 
Contact me to find out more, review services or book a session today.
info@informedfamilies.ca
www.informedfamilies.ca

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