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Life Coaching for Struggling Parents

When life deals its worst blows children often suffer most. Studies show that intervention helps children most in the early years of life.

Bruce Eckman is a Parent Life Coach specializing in helping struggling parents with small children get a fresh start after a difficult situation. Bruce provides Individual Coaching Sessions, Group Coaching Sessions, Training Workshops, a Lending Library and other resources. Bruce works primarily with clients in the Rexburg, Idaho area.

• Individual Coaching
• Parenting Workshops
• Setting and Working on Goals
• Attachment and Bonding Resources
• Trust-based Parenting Resources
• Parenting Resources
• Parenting Support
• Providing Basic Needs

My Program

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  • Where You Are Now

    We determine where you are currently and what resources are available to you.

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  • Where You Want to Be

    We discuss where you see yourself, your dreams and goals, and how you want to grow.

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  • Support and Resources

    We get you the support that you need in order to reach your goals.

Making a Difference
One Child at a Time


One day a man was walking along the beach when he noticed a boy picking up and gently throwing things into the ocean.

Approaching the boy he asked “Young man, what are you doing?”
The boy replied, “Throwing starfish back into the ocean. The Surf is up and the tide is going out. If I don’t throw them back, they’ll die.”

The man laughed to himself and said, “Do you realize there are hundreds of miles of beach with millions of starfish? You can’t make any difference.” After listening politely, the boy bent down, picked up another starfish and threw it into the surf.

Then smiling at the man he said,

“I made a difference to that one.”

My Mission

"Make A Difference in the Lives of Children by working directly with 2 to 10 year old children and their caregivers, to help them to grow up to be good parents who will teach their children good parenting skills, thus affecting the lives of generations of children." - Bruce Eckman

Bruce Eckman