SPHERE for Parents

You knew it was going to happen, you had this sweet child, then one day you were living with a moody surly alien.  Well sometimes it feels something like that. Being a parent is hard work, and then when your children move in to the teen years and young adulthood, sometimes you wonder if everyone is going to make it out alive.  Teens can be challenging, exasperating, wonderful, loving, crazy, mean, fabulous, and dozens of other things…sometimes all in one day.  SPHERE Education works to help families not only survive but thrive during the teen and young adult years.

We look forward to being of service to your family.

Testimonials
  • I’d like to thank you Jenn for the tremendous benefits I’ve seen in my son since he began life coaching with you. Over the last 6 months, not only does he look forward to the focused discussions about communication skills, goal setting and crafting his future but he his happier and more in control of his emotions, thoughts and feelings. Additionally he is learning the skills to develop higher levels of esteem. read more

    Deb J
    Parent
  • I have known Jenn on a business and personal level now for a few years. I don’t know too many folks that are as impressive as she is. Her talents and experience cross over into so many aspects of life. The way in which she provides direction is subtle but has pin point accuracy. Jenn affords young people the ability to create a path for development in all areas of life. I know of two other families that have benefited from Jenn and SPHERE and one of which is currently attending USC on a full ride thanks in part to Jenn and he commitment to our youth. read more

    Phil C
    Parent
  • Jenn Marshall of SPHERE Education has worked with our family for the last ten months.  She is professional and very knowledgeable in utilizing tools based on the latest neuroscience and coaching strategies. Jenn also has the ability to reach adolescents by building relationships based on trust and acceptance.  I highly recommend SPHERE Education where the emphasis is placed on equipping adolescents for adulthood success.

    Gina V
    Parent