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Close Up Radio Spotlights Erika Stroh of Parent From The Heart

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Hewlett, NY – Raising children is one of the most rewarding yet difficult jobs we will ever face. In today’s chaotic world it’s become even more challenging to nurture well-adjusted young people. Fortunately, by working with a highly trained individual there are simple ways to shift your mindset and acquire the skills necessary for creating strong, safe, secure, and stable relationships with their children.

Erika Stroh is a retired Certified New York State Teacher, Parent Coach, Relationship Counselor and Educational Consultant and owner of Parent From The Heart.

My objective is to create the most loving family environment and create that ripple effect for generations to come.  Research supports this fundamentally starting with the family, the relationship between parent and child, to build a strong foundation for positive health well-being.”

The core of her mission is to empower and educate parents, to help them discover their inner voice and instincts in order to create a better future for themselves, their children and generations to come.

Prior to opening up her coaching practice, Erika was a classroom teacher, coordinated programs and facilitated workshops for students, parents and educators in schools and local community organizations across Long Island. She focused on skill building in the areas of positive communication, conflict resolution, peer mediation, character development, emotional intelligence, and growth mindset.

“The exciting and inspiring news is that there are proven, data-based ways to raise healthy children and set them up for success fundamentally through in-depth training for parents.”

For more information, visit www.parentfromtheheart.com