PTS Coaching Calm and Connected© workshop courses help parents gain insights, tools, and strategies to manage their child's ADHD, Executive Function challenges, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and other behavioral challenges by using my CalmConnected© philosophy and SEL (Social Emotional Learning) principles.
Enroll now and start a pathway to bring joy, happiness, and harmony to your family!
Calm and Connected: Parenting the Child You Have©
7-Session Workshop Series*
with Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ADHD-CCSP
*You may register for Session 1 as a single session. see description below.
Parenting can be very challenging when you have a child who thinks or learns out of the box.
Is there too much conflict and chaos in your home?
Are you struggling with raising a child with ADHD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, or Executive Functioning challenges?
Do you need help setting boundaries and motivating your child?
Do you want to stay calm when trying to connect with your child?
Are you worried that your child won’t reach their potential?
Wouldn't it be great to bring back calm? Improve your parent-child relationship?
Really support your children to build the skills they need to thrive?
Through my strength-based positive approach, you will:
Gain valuable insights, tips, tools, and strategies.
Reduce the arguing, the defiance, and the daily battles.
Develop strategies and confidence to support your child without enabling.
Motivate without relying on rewards and punishments.
Bring an end to the conflict and chaos in your home.
Set boundaries and develop your child's full potential.
Help your child build resiliency, flexibility, grit, and perseverance.
"Parent the Child You Have."
Session 1 - Learning, Motivation, and Behavior: Impact on Kids with ADHD and Executive Function Challenges©
Session 2 - Remaining Calm & Connected
Session 3 - Improving Communication
Session 4 - Encouraging Collaboration
Session 5 - Achieving Clarity & Consistency
Session 6 - Effective Consequences
Session 7 - Making Better Choices
The American Academy of Pediatrics (APP) Guidelines say that to treat ADHD and behavioral challenges in children there must be a combination of medical and behavioral approaches. Some of these approaches are treatments such as behavior therapy, behavior management or interventions.
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Center for Disease Control & Prevention conducted a study of different parent training. It was their conclusion that programs consistently have better outcomes when they teach skills using homework, modeling, role-playing, and parents practicing with their own children at home.
Includes handouts, follow-up emails with additional resources, links, and tools to support you.
Prices & Dates
Learning, Motivation, and Behavior: Impact on Kids with ADHD and Executive Function Challenges©
Session 1 of Calm and Connected©
Available as a single session.
Does any of this sound familiar?
"They say he's just lazy, but I’m not sure."
"I think she’s just not motivated, but how can I tell?"
"It seems like he can pay attention if he wants to, so how do I get him to pay attention when he should?"
"I've considered putting her on medication, but I have my concerns."
"What else can I do?"
Anytime a child is diagnosed with ADHD or a parent has concerns about behavior or performance, Parent Education is recognized as the first and most important intervention.
Join me as I help you make sense of why it is so hard for your child and what you can do to help.
Includes handouts, a follow-up email with additional resources, links, and tools to support you.
Managing Homework, Parent Edition: Tips, Tools, and Strategies for Helping Kids©
Is your child struggling with homework, managing their time and organizing their homework?
Are you battling over when, where, and how homework should be done?
This workshop tackles the challenges that students and parents face in managing homework and schoolwork.
- Learn how Executive Function skills impact your child’s motivation, retention, and self-confidence.
- Distinguish between ENABLING and SUPPORTING when it comes to homework time.
- Help your child make the best use of the time and reach their full potential.
- Learn effective organizational techniques for students.
- Confront issues involving motivation, independence, and work ethic.
- Explore how to collaborate with your child’s school effectively.
Reduce the daily stress of homework battles and bring calm and order.
Note: This workshop is based on the CalmConnected© philosophy and practices. It is recommended that you complete the Calm and Connected© workshop first, however, if you would like to take this as a stand-alone you will still gain many great tips, tool, and insights.