About ParentCoaching.org

Ever think you should go to an expert who’ll fix everything for you? Ever think you should be able to Do-It-Yourself without needing help from anyone? Our culture tends to go towards either of these extremes. Here at ParentCoaching.org we are bridges between the two extremes of going to an expert to “get fixed” and DIY.  We can’t do the work of creating an awesome family for you, but we help you have more success with less effort. We help you trust and listen to yourself. We are guides and fellow travelers who delight in helping you find your way into healthier, more respectful, and more enjoyable relationships with your children and your self.


Kassandra Brown, parent coach
Kassandra Brown, parent coach

Kassandra Brown – Lead coach and founder of ParentCoaching.org loves to help parents reconnect with the joy of parenting that can get so easily swamped by daily frustrations like bedtime, squabbling, and “who said what to whom”. Her passion for deep inner work shows through in her ability to guide you into your fears and help you emerge empowered.  She also helps aspiring coaches make a difference while making a living. Contact her  for a complimentary parent coaching session or free assessment and resource training to become a parent coach.


Philosophy: When we connect empathetically with a parent, it creates space and awareness in her (or him). Once you as a parent connect with your own feelings, needs, and strategies then you are in a much better place to respond with compassion and clear boundaries to your child(ren). When you come from your own core knowing and grounded beliefs, you are more effective, flexible, strong, and resilient with your children. There is nothing that teaches these skills to children better than seeing them modeled by their parents. Working with me as your parent coach can help you achieve this and more.

Mission: To foster respectful, connected relationships between parents and children through supporting parents in understanding their own and their children’s feelings, needs, motivations, and strategies.


  • All humans have needs. Everything we do, we do out of a desire to meet our basic need.
  • All humans have feelings. Feelings are neither good nor bad, although some are more pleasant to experience than others. Feelings are doorways into deeper connection with ourselves and our children.
  • All humans have strategies we use to attempt to get our needs met. These strategies are often tragically ineffective.
  • All humans are basically good.  Children and adults are both humans.

The following 8 and a half minute audio is a guided meditation to help you begin the process of connecting with the compassionate and empathetic energy within you. Once you connect with the compassionate energy within you, healing and change are more easily accessible. Enjoy!

Guided Meditation to Connect with Your Compassion