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Kathryn M.
Kathryn M.

"After two sessions, let me just say-- even if you would rate things as 'pretty good,' Julia is able to take the two or three troublesome situations you keep running up against, ask like two or three questions, and very quickly have a few hunches as to what the root cause or trigger might be. She can then work with you on strategies to not only deal with the recurring issues better when they arise but... here's the super fun part... start to shift routines and make changes so that the big problems you keep having just DON'T HAPPEN ANYMORE. The terrible twos don't need to be terrible, three year olds don't need to be threenagers-- just get Julia in your corner and make parenting fun again."

Aubry Hoffman
Aubry HoffmanThe Queen of Intuition

"Julia brings decades of education and experience to the table as a coach and it shows in every interaction and conversation you have with her about parenting. I feel no judgement talking to Julia about parenting, her suggestions are easy to implement and always take into consideration my unique parenting situation."

Jane J.Mother of Three

"Julia's knowledge and insight has been wonderful in helping me to nurture my highly sensitive children through many intense emotional challenges. I really appreciate all of the tools that she has given me to connect with my kids and help them when they are struggling."

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