We’re glad you are here. Parenting is challenging. You are merging people of different personality together under one roof and trying to train those little people up. It’s exhausting!  We can help with practical tools to keep your marriage strong, allow for healthy communication with your children and provide individual, couples, and family coaching to help you navigate the unique set of circumstances you are in.

How we help:

  • Do you sometimes feel a child is coming between you and your spouse?
  • Are you interested in identifying some new parenting tactics?
  • Do you ever feel like a failure as a parent?
  • Do you struggle to clarify your values and live with focus?
  • Do you ever feel like you are not enough?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are in the right place. We are here to help. That’s good news, right?


We have several coaches on staff, and all of them are parents. Coaching is about helping you navigate your options and move forward in a healthy way. Check out all our coaches here.

Guess what? You can try coaching out for free. We want to discover who you are what your struggles are before we move forward. And you might want to meet us to discover if we are a good fit for you!

Schedule a free Discovery Session to get started today!


We host workshops specifically for parenting on topics like communicating effectively, managing expectations, resolving conflict, coping with stress, embracing personality differences, and developing your family values.


Our website is full of helpful resources to help you strengthen your relationships. We have videos, blogs and podcasts intended to equip you in a super-practical way. You might enjoy the resources listed below, and  you can search our website for key words and find lots more on being a parent, setting goals, connecting with your spouse, and much more!


Seasons of Relationships: Little Ones

Seasons of Relationships: Elementary aged Kids

Seasons of Relationships: Parents of Teens & Tweens

Discipline in Parenting

The Heart of Parenting

Moms and Personality Envy