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We’ll match you with a dedicated expert who’ll get to know you and your family. You’ll meet via video chat and then get on-demand, ongoing support from your coach through the app. You’ll have your questions answered, create a plan if needed, and work towards your goals in a way that makes sense for your parenting philosophy - you won’t find generic advice here. Get started below.
This is fantastic. I really loved being able to connect directly with my coach who always had spot on advice about my toddler issues. I feel like I have new tools in my toolkit and I definitely feel more confident about how to be a parent for my toddler in a loving and supportive way. My coach totally gave me advice in line with how I want to parent, and hearing it from her made me feel really confident that it was the right thing to do.
I really feel like a great parent using her advice.
The service gave me the peace of mind that I had someone to talk to about my concerns, rather than allowing them to fester in my head for weeks at a time. It was great to talk to someone who understood what I was going through, and could also provide valuable advice / suggestions on how to manage those concerns.
I loved the personal connection with the coach. I liked that she was proactive about checking in and so considerate, thoughtful, and thorough in her responses. She gave actionable tips that I could put into practice right away. I also liked being connected with a clinician and having access to her brain. I trusted her advice and knew it came from a place of research-backed knowledge. That gave me confidence and comfort.
Having access to someone whose opinion I trust made me feel like I was okay no matter what came up this month.
With outstanding training, years of experience, and a network of world class specialists behind them, your coach will give you unbiased, judgement free support. Beats that Facebook group every time!
After being matched, you’ll spend time with your coach to ensure that, unlike a book or Google search, your experts truly know your family so that their support is just right for your little ones.
Your coach will be your point person to navigate parenthood. If a challenge requires it, they'll bring in the specialists.
Kaitlyn obtained an MA in Education and Human Development from the George Washington University. Her graduate studies focused on early childhood special education for children from birth through age five. Her professional experience has included work with children from two months through eight years of age. For the past decade, she has been teaching preschool at a nationally recognized independent school in Washington, D.C. She has shared her child development expertise on blogs and podcasts.
Barbara Grant, is a developmental specialist and founder of Nudge and Cradle. She has over 10 years of experience supporting families of children with and without developmental delays. She has a Masters in Education and Human Development, with specializations infants, teaching children with visual impairments, and supporting infant/early childhood and family mental health. She has experience working in early intervention, and enjoys speaking about all things related to early childhood at conferences, trainings, and lectures."
Jenny studied at Vanderbilt University, the top school in the country for special education. She believes that all behavior is a form of communication and helps parents and teachers view challenging behavior as an opportunity to teach and develop new skills. Jenny also focuses on language and mindfulness to teach both parents and children problem-solving skills to overcome challenges they face. Jenny currently works as an instructional coach at a Title 1 elementary school and writes a parenting blog.
Elizabeth is an early childhood development specialist and the owner of Developing Joy. She works with organizations to help develop their programming in order to best serve children and their families. Additionally, she works directly with families to provide advice and support through the early years of parenthood. She is also a practicing pediatric speech-language pathologist, has a masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology, and a bachelor's in Developmental Psychology.
Jeanna studied Early Childhood Special Education at Vanderbilt University. Upon completing her Bachelors, she moved to San Francisco and taught Pre-Kindergarten in both Special Education and inclusion classrooms. While teaching, she completed her Master’s in Education at ASU with a focus on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). She then worked as a Behavior Technician in clinical and in-home settings. Most recently, she taught undergraduate early childhood courses through the University of Cincinnati’s online program.
Summer is an early childhood mental health specialist with more than 15 years of experience in early child development; including facilitating training and education for parents, home visitors and other professionals, as well as providing counselling directly with children. Summer has a M.A. in Counseling Education and a BA in Psychology and Early Child Education, and believes the best way to support a child is by supporting his or her parents.
Elizabeth is a clinical psychologist who specializes in child development, child behavior, and working with children and families in community settings, schools, clinics, and hospitals. She provides training and education to students and professionals, has presented at national and international conferences, has published articles and book chapters on child development, and has been interviewed by magazines and radio programs.
LaTanya is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist from North Carolina. She trains professionals in early childhood development, including social/emotional development, and works closely with families to provide strategies related to challenging behaviors. She often utilizes positive parenting models to help parents build connections and effectively manage difficult parenting moments.
Colin has been an educator for 15 years. As head teacher at Stanford University’s Bing Nursery School, he coached both parents and educators. He has also served as a visiting professor at Middlebury College, and currently runs Early Education Works, LLC, where he consults for businesses and nonprofits on topics ranging from parent education to content creation for young children. Colin has a Masters in Child Development from Tufts University.
Melanie trained as a teacher in New York City while completing a MSc in Early Childhood Education at the prestigious Bank Street College of Education. She has taught preschool and kindergarten at the Bank Street School for Children and the Bing Nursery School at Stanford University. Additionally, she has worked as an independent educational consultant, an admissions coordinator, and a tutor.
Marissa has taught in early childhood for over ten years, working with ages ranging from 2 - 8 years old. During this time, she has partnered with her families to successfully navigate separation anxiety, new school transitions, potty training, sibling dynamics, preliteracy skills, sleep training, tantrums, self-care and coping skills. She has presented on her work in the classroom in conferences across the country.
Morgan has been working with young children and their families for close to 15 years. She trained as a child and family therapist while completing her MA in Counseling Psychology at USF. Her studies focused on early childhood development with an emphasis on behavioral disorders and developmental delays. Before that she taught preschool while working in a neurodevelopmental clinic with children 0-5. She is also a trained Applied Behavioural Analysis therapist.
Alina is an internationally certified newborn care specialist, lactation counselor, and pediatric sleep consultant. She is the founder of Haute Bébé LLC and has over 10 years of experience supporting families with infants to achieve a smooth transition into parenthood and while meeting their feeding and sleep goals. She believes that all families are unique and the support they receive should be tailored to their particular needs and set of circumstances. Alina also speaks at various workshops and events educating parents on infant sleep and lactation/feeding.
Nancy has been working with young children and their families for 20 years. She has an MA in Early Childhood Special Education from The George Washington University. Nancy currently teaches young children at a progressive independent school DC, and was previously the Director of Preschool Programs at a nationally recognized preschool program. Her areas of focus include social-emotional development, learning through play, and supporting children and families through developmental stages and life transitions.