Professional Services designed to meet your needs
"We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can prepare our children for the future."
All the services you need in one place
Confident Kids Now, through the Confidence Academy, offers a wide range of services to meet every type of need.
Harness the power of social and emotional learning in your parenting. These personalized programs will help you reflect on what your hopes and dreams are for your children. You will have the opportunity to learn about their ages and stages to support their individual developmental milestones. Become aware of your own parenting assets and the patterns you want to change to lead you on a path of learning and improvement. Take away the worry, doubt, and indecision and raise your own self-awareness.
It takes an incredible amount of talent AND hard work to become the greatest at anything. Elite athletes, music virtuosos, the most talented didn't become the greatest alone; they all have coaches and mentors. You and your child deserves as much.
We have individualized private coaching to bring you from good to great.
If you’re tired of one-way conversations online and are looking for a place to get support and grow your skills, learn from others, and share your experiences, stories, and ideas.
For parents and educators, Confident Families Encourage Greatness virtual programs and live workshops throughout the year. Filled with content, support, and camaraderie, they are virtual masterminds that help you to be the best that you can be.
You have a pressing concern, problem or issue that you want help with NOW.
You don't have the time nor the desire to spend a month, or three, or six, in a group situation, you'd just like help turning things around. The Quick Fix is for you. It starts with an in-depth conversation and ends with a solid plan. Follow-up calls will ensure you're on track.
The Irlen Method has been used for over 25 years to identify and help people with a type of processing problem called Irlen Syndrome, formerly known as Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome (SSS). Irlen Syndrome is not an optical problem. It is a problem with the brain’s ability to process visual information. This problem tends to run in families and is not currently identified by other standardized educational or medical tests.