Is your Adult Child
- still living at home?
- refusing to take medication?
- mostly dependent on you?
- still struggling with their mental illness?
Would you like to see them healthy and living fully independent?
Would you like to see them live a fuller life…the fullest life possible for them?
In this coaching program, you will learn how to:
- communicate more effectively using reflective listening, empathy, and open-ended questions
- communicate with mutual purpose and respect and make it safe to talk about anything
- create and apply appropriate boundaries
- uncover goals that you and your adult child can partner on
- craft and implement a Partnership Agreement
- refine the agreement
What you’ll gain:
- Communication skills that will foster agreement
- An understanding of how a Partnership Agreement can be the way to your child’s living a healthy and independent life.
Everyone who has struggled to support a loved one with a mental illness knows the screams that come along with the illness. No matter what they do or so, their communication is often met with contention.
This coaching program pulls from my nearly 50 years of experience with mental illness and more than a thousand hours of coaching calls with parents and other supporters. It has led to a methodology of not only surviving the chaos but rising above it so that individuals with a mental illness can live lives of significance.
In the program, you will take-away dozens of real actions to apply immediately that will make a difference in your relationship with your loved one.
“Bob’s work is impactful and what he’s doing really does make a difference, he’s blessing people with his message, and I am thankful for the opportunity to work with him.” - Addison A.
“Bob has been extremely helpful to us. We have a daughter that has schizophrenia and we've had a hard time finding someone to help us. Bob's knowledge of LEAP, and also having bipolar, he's been able to coach us and give us invaluable communication skills and guidance to help us with our daughter.” Mike and Sheila R.
Discover The 5 Elements Of Perfect Listening
Understand The 5 Ways to Express Strategic Empathy
The 4 Things You Must Do In Order To Find Agreement
Uncover 3 Keys To Creating A Lasting Partnership
What 4 Things You Must Do Before Giving Advice
Master The 4 Different Ways To Effectively Talk About The Meds
Discover The 4 Ways To Engage With Someone Who Does Not Want To Talk To You.
Learn The 5 Principles To Master Communication.
These Coaching Programs are for you
if your loved one:
- is not living up to his or her full potential.
- is not living independently.
- battles you on many topics.
- accuses you of not listening.
- is very dependent on you for their basic needs.
- is a mature adult still living at home.
- refuses to take their medication.
- does not have a good relationship with you and others.
- has no or few friends
- keeps you up at night.
Karen and George D.
We think he's one of the best communicators we've ever met. He's taught us how to listen and ask the right questions at the right time not only with our daughter but also with everyone else we communicate with.
When I first learned about Bob, my daughter was in crisis. I knew what I was doing wasn't working as she was getting worse. With Bob's help, I gained knowledge to calm any situation while learning my daughters worst fears
Edgar and Gail S.
Bob taught us a whole new way to be with our daughter. When we learned how to listen, really listen as Bob taught us, things dramatically improved with her.
Mike and Sheila R.
Bob has been extremely helpful to us. We have a daughter that has schizophrenia and we've had a hard time finding someone to help us.
Bob's knowledge of LEAP, and also having bipolar, he's been able to coach us and give us invaluable communication skills and guidance to help us with our daughter.
Bob has mastered the art of communication.
He has given me the confidence to navigate thru this very challenging journey I am on. For that, I will always be grateful.
He has the gift of teaching others how to reach into their own humanity in order to help another heal.
Bob has a gift... and Bob is a gift.
In the world of confusion and sadness that mental illness so often presents, Bob is a lifesaver.
His is a welcome voice to turn to when there seems nowhere to turn, a pathway toward tools that can really make a difference.