Teen Mindset Makeover
This one-on-one coaching package is great for tweens or teens who could benefit from more positivity in their lives.
I provide a welcoming, non-judgmental space for them to feel heard, seen and not lectured.
As a former high school teacher, I know the importance of using humour and meeting kids where they are at.
I listen deeply to their concerns, always reading between the lines, and I share easy to practice strategies that are a good fit for their personalities & learning styles.
I help them add these new practices into their daily lives so that they can develop a more positive mindset.
Over the course of 2 months of weekly sessions, we work together via Zoom on wellness topics including mindfulness, understanding the body’s messages, identifying their personal strengths & practicing gratitude. Moreover, the focus is always on learning & practicing tangible strategies to help navigate big emotions.
Through creative age-appropriate activities and discussion, your child will improve his/her ability to regulate emotions while building self-confidence & self-compassion.
Your child will need access to :
- a computer
- a printer
- a workbook or journal
- basic art supplies (paper, scissors, glue, colours etc…)
Khloe (age 10)
“The best part of coaching is learning to "take 5" and learning to transform feelings into art."
I used to...not be as focused, get more stressed and have a harder time with schoolwork.
Now I ...am better with my feelings, better with my work, calmer & happier. I can focus better now because I don't get worried about things far into he future or far in the past.
My ager is better. My anxiety is better and I have less arguments with my mom because of all this. "
S. D. (age 14)
"After my sessions with Christianne I feel so good. Calm & relaxed. I finally have something good for ME. I like having a plan to keep me focused."
“I am so grateful to have found Christianne! She gave me my son back!! It felt like we had lost him, he had lost himself, and she gave him the skills to come back to himself and feel good about himself again.
He smiles again, participates in family conversations again and is excited about his future now.”