Does any of this sound familiar?
If so, you’ve come to the right place.
Hi, I’m Uriah Guilford. I am a family therapist and I help weary parents who have surly teenage boys!
Here is a proven fact:
The adolescent phase of life is absolutely more brutal for parents than teenagers.
On any given day your emotions probably range from mild annoyance to feeling like you want to strangle someone. Raising a teenage boy is an incredibly tough job.
But, here is the good news.
You CAN feel like a rockstar parent and get some peace of mind in the process.
After spending the last 14+ years working with teenage boys and families I have learned EXACTLY what it takes to create positive, successful family relationships.
. . . and I can show you how to do it in your family.
Here is the truth: Most parents want the same things.
I know this is possible and I want to help you feel awesome about your family again.
So, what is the next step?
If you are like many parents you are super busy with work and family life. You don’t really have the 10-15 hours it takes to read the average parenting book.
Maybe you don’t need (or can’t afford) therapy or parent coaching.
But, you still get overwhelmed with the daily struggles of parenting your teenager.
You need to do something!
Here’s the good news. I have a solution for you that will help you get some quick results.
Parenting Teens Toolkit: 7 Days To More Confidence, Connection & Calm.
This is exactly where I start with my $140/hour clients.
Packing the benefits of several parent coaching sessions, this mini-course is designed for you to see dramatic results in one week for just a $7 investment.
By the way, this is not just theory. I will give you actionable tips & strategies that you can put into practice today.
. . . and, you don’t have to spend all your free time reading!
Uriah Guilford is a husband, father, family therapist and awesome drummer. He has been working with youth and families for over 16 years.
Uriah has also created online courses, written eBooks and been blogging for many years. All in the effort to help parents have positive relationships with their teens.