Shawna Warner

Parent and Teen Coach

You are a caring, resourceful and hard-working parent who cherishes seeing your daughter grow into herself. But, the shift into teen years brings new worries, busier schedules and an overall sense of chaos.

How can you keep the conversation flowing? And how will you navigate the complexities of adolescence, including the confusing and often misleading world of social media? It's tough to know whether to tackle those issues or step back and give her space.

You want to see her discover her own gifts and function well in the world. You want her to become independent without losing touch. Your greatest hope is that she'll find her place in the world and know her value.

That's where I come in. As a parent of three teenagers, a Certified Life Coach and a Clinical Social Worker (not to mention I have 3 sisters), I'm uniquely qualified to assist with the complicated journey.

What I Do:
I founded Cultivating Resilient Teens and designed 4 integral steps to help parents like you empower your teenage daughter to build confidence, integrity and resilience for all of life's adventures.

4 Step to Cultivate your Resilient Teen
- Develop a strong sense of self
- Create meaningful educational experiences
- Design healthy social situations
- Foster a connective family life

Who I Work With:
My clients are caring, resourceful and hard-working parents who are ready for a new kind of harmony with their teen daughter.

- Raise body awareness
- Mitigate the negative effects of social medial
- Develop a sense of personal power to be at choice
- Create a growth mindset
- Connect through conflict
- Family alignment

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