Being a part of something as fun and glamorous as ‘Real Housewives’ is one more way for Parent Coach Atlanta to bring awareness to parents that help is available.
(PRWEB) March 27, 2014
Parent Coach Atlanta founder and parenting expert, Susan Eppley, will appear on this Sunday’s episode of Bravo TV’s nationally broadcasted “Real Housewives of Atlanta” set to air at 8 pm. Eppley joined the ladies to offer support and counsel about parenting.
While the experience of participating in RHOA was exciting for Parent Coach Atlanta owner and founder Susan Eppley, she sees it as simply another opportunity for her company to connect with parents. Eppley finds that parents need commonsense, non-judgmental advice with the huge responsibility of raising children.
“Parenting is like the great equalizer,” Eppley said. “At some point, almost all families will have some challenging times when advice from experts can be really helpful. Our coaches help parents create a family mission statement, a vision for each child and a parenting plan.”
Parent Coach Atlanta provides a variety of services, including individual and group coaching, classes and workshops, speaking engagements, kids’ camps and more.
“We help parents find solutions to specific child behavior problems, develop new and effective skills and refine previously mastered skills,” Eppley said. “This process helps parents regain their parental authority and allows them to actually enjoy parenting.”
Besides, the most popular topics addressed by the firm’s parenting experts include finding balance, keeping children safe on the Internet and raising well-behaved children. The firm also specializes in parenting tips for single parents, military families and families with medically fragile children.
Parent Coach Atlanta provides speakers for events and has made presentations on effective parenting techniques at major local companies, hospitals, and military groups. The firm also provides online video coaching, one-on-one coaching and parenting classes on specialized topics from prenatal to teen issues. Throughout the year, the company’s parenting experts also have been featured frequently in local media, including a recent NBC affiliate 11 Alive feature on the safety of children using the popular mobile application Snap Chat.
Eppley said she is grateful for the exposure “RHOA” brings to Parent Coach Atlanta because it may provide access to parenting services for those people who need it most.
“We provide so many important services that parents today truly need, but if they don’t know about us we can’t help them,” Eppley said. “Being a part of something as fun and glamorous as ‘Real Housewives’ is one more way for Parent Coach Atlanta to bring awareness to parents that help is available.”
To learn more about the services offered by Parent Coach Atlanta, visit the company’s website at http://www.parentcoachatlanta.com/.