Jennie Linton is a Relationship and Emotional Health Coach for expat moms. She does one-on-one coaching virtually for women all over the world to improve their marriages, their mothering and to improve their emotional health. She has two degrees in health and wellness as well as a coaching certification from The Life Coach School. She has been an EFM for the past 12 years, she has 4 daughters, and currently lives in Shanghai, China so she knows first-hand the challenges of expat life. She offers free 30-minute mini-coaching sessions and she offers a free weekly podcast called The Expat Mom.
Sharoya Ham, M.Ed. works with families who are experiencing distress as they try to manage their children's behavior at home and/or deal with their educational challenges at school. During private coaching sessions, she uses Behavioral Skills Training to teach overwhelmed parents how to respond calmly, consistently, and confidently. She believes every family can improve their home environment by embracing one behavior change at a time.
Sharoya facilitates 4-week parent support group programs throughout the year. To learn more about her work, check out her library of videos on Facebook.
Katie Fowle, M.Ed. works virtually with globally mobile children who are having difficulty learning to read. Katie draws on her sixteen years of experience, as well as specialized training in Orton Gillingham to design personalized lessons that cultivate each child's strengths. Katie believes each child can learn to read and reach their full potential when given the right support and consistent relationship.
Katie, also hosts a virtual small group, Study Space, to support elementary age child who need additional social, emotional and academic support. Learn more about her organization
Website: Learning to Flourish.org
Parent and Wellness Coach Susie Csorsz Brown, helps families focus on healthy living, and offers support for families and parents in transition. With three children of her own, and a Foreign Service spouse since 2000, Susie coaches from personal experience dealing with family issues from the stress of relocation, school issues, medical advocacy situations, pregnancy and unaccompanied tours, as well as family angst, especially when associated with relocation. Susie believes all families need support, and offers sessions for families and small groups, tailored to help families live their best life.
Angie help moms create routines to organize their time, systems to organize their space, and intentions to connect with their daughters so they can face their daily parenting challenges with confidence and help their daughters gain strength, resilience, and grit.
Angi leads Young Teen Groups to discuss emotional challenges. This close, monitored group setting allows teens to understand that they are not "the only one on earth who feels like this."
The Middle School Years are a time of independence and discovery- every teen can benefit from learning the emotional skills that balance their responses to challenges in life.
By setting up our teenagers with a safe space to talk and receive objective feedback- we are providing them with a valuable learning that will be of use daily for the rest of their lives.
With a degree in Counseling, Life Coach Certification, training in Trauma, and 20 years of working with Expat Parents and raising four teens of her own, Angi is ready to hear your story and she knows exactly what it takes to support your teen. Angi is far from being a "perfect" parent and that truth is what makes her incredibly talented at connecting and teaching.
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