The Balancing Act

Coaching ... Not Just For Kids

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Parent Coaching Institute... The Gold Standard In Parent Coaching

Education starts at home... and begins with parents who are engaged in their children's' academic development. These days, however, many parents feel over-worked, stressed-out and perplexed; wondering how they'll find the time, energy and will-power to help their kids excel. Join PCI's Gloria DeGaetano and ASSA's Dr. Dan Domenech as they kick-off a lively discourse on innovative parent-coaching.

So tune-in, grab your coffee, take a few notes... and join us on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television.

Coaching ... Not Just For Kids

Wouldn't you love for your children to:

? Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs

? Be promoted, pass their classes and earn credits

? Attend school regularly

? Have better social skills, show improved behavior and adapt well to school

? Graduate and go on to post-secondary education

So many parents are stressed these days but want to help their children excel in school. Enter The Parent Coaching Institute, a non-profit that trains Parent Coaches who can help address the needs of parents to support their child's learning in the daily decisions they make every day.

? PCI can help you develop your child' literary skills (read often!)

? Parent coaches help mothers and fathers set boundaries

? Reinforce your family's educational priorities

? Provide emotional support

? Parents are in capable hands with highest standards in the Parent Coaching Industry

? PCI coaching is an evidence-based, specific Parent Coaching Model

? PCI conducts on-going research, ensuring PCI coaching meets the needs of busy, modern-day parents.

Research shows that parent's engagement in their child's education, such as reading aloud, helps them reach a higher level of achievement in school.

For more information on The Parent Coaching Institute, please visit the website at

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