Rhona Berens, PhD, CPCC is a Parent Advocate, Individual and Relationship Coach, founder of Parent Alliance, & mom. As parents, we’re kid advocates, devoted to our children’s wellbeing. Who advocates for us? That’s where Rhona comes in. She offers parents, expecting couples, teachers and birth & postpartum specialists straight talk designed to help parents stay sane and stay together.
Rhona’s passionate about giving parents, and professionals who work with them, fun and easy tools to achieve coparenting success and relationship satisfaction. As a former business executive, she also understands the intense demands of the workplace and the importance of improving work-family balance in service of parents’ wellbeing and their employers’ productivity and bottom-line.
With more than 20 years’ experience as an educator and professional mentor, Rhona’s a fun presenter, informative writer and inspiring coach. She delivers dynamic talks, workshops & webinars to parents, teachers, expecting couples and birth & postpartum specialists. She also helps separating and divorcing couples coparent effectively. Rhona coaches individuals and couples across North America via phone and online video (or in person in Los Angeles).
In addition to the great relationship tips on this website, Rhona writes for PlanningFamily.com, Pregnancy.org, AHopefulSign.com, TheNextFamily.com, TravelingMom.com, WhattheFlicka.com and ParentMap.com. She also serves on the Advisory Board of The Children’s Project (http://bit.ly/IKHQaB), a non-profit devoted to helping parents, teachers and communities raise emotionally healthy kids.
Rhona graduated from the Center for Right Relationship in Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI*). She’s certified by the Coaches Training Institute, and holds degrees in Communications & Media from UCLA & McGill University. Rhona is accredited by the International Coach Federation.
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We had the great pleasure of having Rhona speak at one of our Parent Workshops. Being a parent of three, I know how hard it is to take the time to communicate with my husband effectively but after the workshop I used the tools she suggested and was able to notice a huge difference right away. Rhona’s presentation was fun and interactive. Parents came back the next day saying that they have already started implementing the practices learned. –Renae Plant, Director, Camelot Kids Children’s Development Center, Los Angeles, CA
*RSI is an advanced coaching method that views all relationships—couples, families, colleagues, teams—as complex systems in which: conflict isn’t a problem but a signal that change is needed; all opinions are important, especially unpopular ones; and relationships aren’t about me, or you, they’re about us.