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The Parent & Teen Toolbox

Sep 7, 2021

Following the upheaval from the past academic year, there are many young people who are trying to come to terms with changed plans.


Some changes have been thrust upon them, but also following a year of ‘isolation’ many have had the time to readjust, so their changes are self-imposed.


Perhaps they are not going to their university of choice - or maybe they wish to opt for a different career.

For the younger age group, many primary school kids are not able to attend the secondary school that they had expected to, or they need to reassess their subject choices.


Whatever the situation, when our children’s lives take a deviation from that which was expected, we often take it personally as parents and try and fix stuff.

Whilst it’s good to guide our kids - perhaps the better course of action is to support them with their own decisions.
In this episode - Stephanie explains how best to do just that.

Want to know more? Then Grab a cuppa - and keep listening!
More About Stephanie :

Stephanie Haynes, ACC is an Education Coach and Consultant providing custom educational consulting and coaching for high school students, educators, and schools that equips all stakeholders to build a pathway to a successful future teens are excited to pursue. 
Specializing in post-high school pathway development, goal setting and time management, and classroom and school culture development, Stephanie’s vision is to
motivate her clients to take the time to create a compelling vision for their future, their classroom, or their school and develop actionable steps to build it into a reality.

Through structured conversations, Stephanie helps her clients identify limiting mindsets, create an awareness of their current circumstances, and develop an action plan to move forward with confidence.


How to Contact Stephanie :

Free Resource Link: 10 Ways to Help Your Teen Build a Solid Foundation for Success in a Post Pandemic World

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IG: @edcoachstephhaynes

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