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Parents Coaching

Do you ask yourself these questions? 

Do I act properly as a parent?

Why do I feel lacking the ability to cope?

How can I improve my relationship with my child?Will my child ever take responsibility for doing homework?

How long will I need to help my daughter with her relationships with her friends? Will she always be lonely?

Is there a chance my child will take responsibility to wake up and get ready in the morning? 


The key for change is in your hands. 

The key for your child to succeed at home is in your hands. You have the ability to help yourself, in school, and in society.

Studies show that supporting parents of children with learning disabilities and/or ADHD aids in strengthening the parents feeling of competence. This contributes to their child's success. It produces meaningful, positive results for the children, the family, and the society in which they live.

At Nitzan, we have developed a special model for parent coaching, by Maly Danino, author of the book "The Parent as a Coach".

Coaching is an empowering process that uses self-reflection and self-correction of the parent according to his/her own pace, while providing careful listening and acceptance without judgment or criticism by the coach.

The process enables evaluation of achievements and measurable progress. The parent acquires knowledge and skills through the coaching process that help him act in a more effective way with his child with exercises and practice. The parent learns to recognize his behavioral patterns that he uses to cope with crises and conflicts and helps improve relationships in all sectors of life.

The coaching sessions are led by professionals specializing in the field of learning disabilities, within a framework of 12 individual meetings that take place once a week, an hour and a half for each meeting. 

Coaching provides:

  • Identification and development of abilities and strengths
  • Improvement and design of effective behavioral patterns
  • Tools for effective coping with conflicts and crises in the family
  • Development of conversational skill with the use of intimate and empowering communication
  • Improvement of family relationships


For information and regestration:

Anat Katzanelson, Program Manager

Tel: 03-5372266 # 218