If you’re a parent or sibling of a child or teenager struggling with chronic inattentiveness, we can help. Our youth consult aims to equip families with guidance they need to help their own child(ren) move towards deeper attentiveness – through a variety of different gentle supports.
In addition to guiding them in how to learn the basic behavioral approaches proven over the years, we encourage a two-level cultivation in mindfulness: in both the parent and the child.
Based on your own unique profile of risk identified in the Strength and Vulnerability Inventory for Attentiveness, you’ll have a map towards a personalized plan for your own home and family. Then, through weekly video calls, you’ll have a chance to ask questions as we provide guidance and fresh teaching each week about other behavioral and mindfulness elements to consider.
Our introductory video session (where you can ask us questions and learn more) happens every Friday afternoon at 1 PST/2 MST / 3 CST/ 4 EST – with the ongoing support to families happening immediately after from 1:30 – 2:30 PST / 2:30 – 3:30 MST / 3:30 – 4:30 CST / 4:30 – 5:30 EST. To register for these online support calls, click here. If this time will never work, send us an email with alternative times on either Friday or Saturday that could work for you (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We’d love to help you learn these supports in your own home, and provide whatever guidance we can along the way. Send us a note if you’d like to ask any other questions.