Parent Coaching

Kids don’t come with an instruction manual and sometimes parents just need to talk about what’s going on, get advice, validation or an objective opinion. While no one can guarantee that your child won’t make bad choices, a one-on-one session with B. E. can give you valuable insight into teen behavior, the legal consequences for their actions, insight into your parenting style and may lead to better outcomes.

Whether you have a child that is already in the justice system, one that is at risk or you just want to be proactive, a one-on-one private session is another tool to add to your parenting toolbox.

It’s easy to book a One-on-one…

Just select a date and time from the available sessions on the calendar below, pay for your session through our secure website and you’ll get an email with the number to call at your appointment time.

Our schedule for December 2017

Click a free day to apply for an appointment.
 
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Please check the appointment details below and confirm:

As an extra bonus… B.E. Van Loon will send you a free copy of Good Kids, Bad Choices after your first session.

One-On-One Coaching Session Fees

  • $99 per 1-hour session
  • $499 for (6) 1-hour sessions (Paid in advance)

All coaching sessions are completely private and confidential.

Cancellation and Refunds: Should you have to cancel a session, your session can be rescheduled within two weeks from your original date and time. There are no refunds for missed sessions or sessions that are not rescheduled. To reschedule your session, please email info@BEVanLoon.com (put One-on-One Reschedule in the subject line).

Disclaimer: B.E. Van Loon is not an attorney or licensed counselor. Her coaching opinions and advice are based on her experience as a Criminal Justice Professional, Juvenile Probation Officer and Correction Office, Court Appointed Special Advocate and parent. She cannot be held legally responsible for the individual actions or decisions of parents, caregivers or the children under their care.