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Success Coaching

 Coaching Will Change Your Life!

You can say goodbye to worrying about your child’s!

​We have been doing parent, teen and young adult coaching for over 25 years.  Our founder Mark R. Demos created and helped develop programs for parenting organizations, churches, school districts, juvenile courts, drug courts and at-risk teen programs.  

  • "Designed for Parenting" program to help parents discover their parenting styles and develop their skills.

  • "Parent Scene Investigation" to empower parents to positive and lasting change by leveraging their power and coaching their kids.

  • "Regeneration Project" for orphans of parents who had died from HIV/AIDS

  • CASA - Developed "Parental Alienation Syndrome" curriculum consultant and trainer

  • Founded "Teen Discovery" in Seattle for very tough at-risk teens including finding run-aways

  • Created the curriculum and program, "Life Scene Investigation" which has been used in schools in Seattle, Dallas and Los Angeles

  • Created "The Legacy Forum" for Millennials and college age children 

  • Featured in "The Illusion of Hopelessness" for coaching at-risk youth.

  • The First Offender Program in the Richardson juvenile court system - for parents and children


Mark is one of the prominent thought leaders in Talent Identification and Character Development for teens and Millennials.  He speaks regularly in colleges, schools and to a variety of organizations.


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 Mrs. Lorine Burrell, M.Ed., Principal – Christa McAuliffe Learning Center – Richardson Independent School District (Richardson, TX) .   

“The Life Scene Investigation curriculum as a significant tool for helping our young adults reach their life-long goals. LSI helps them to discover their talents, to identify what they are passionate about in life, and to re-direct their gifts into positive directions.  The young adults at CMLC are accomplishing these tasks and doing so with a great sense of pride. The staff at CMLC takes pride in knowing they play an important part in the students’ development by using the LSI – WHO R U curriculum. We recognize the curriculum is specific and helps students discover who they are, what strengths they possess, and how they can use this information in real life situations. The students’ outlook on life is more positive since their involvement in the LSI curriculum.   

I believe the program could benefit students from 6th grade through 12th grade. Every child is gifted, talented and has a lot to offer. LSI is great program for teachers to help children figure it out.”

Parent Coaching

Real Answers. Hope.  Clarity.  Control.  Optimism.  Success.

Parenting is not for cowards or so the saying goes.  Finding help with the responsibility and tasks of parenting should be no different from asking for and getting help for your golf game, your child's soccer or math development or singing.  

Coaching is about becoming a better person and in particular, a better parent.  It is about:

  • Communicating better with your ever growing and changing child/ren

  • Communicating with both parents and step-parents to communicate and work together

  • Positive discipline and specific strategies for your distinctly different children.  One size does not fit all.

  • Discovering your child's innate Talents

  • Developing character in your children

  • Social media and digital communication issues

  • Communicating with your child's teachers and coaches

  • Dealing with divorce and custody stresses and issues

  • Addiction issues

  • School transitions 

  • Teen-Proofing.  This great title of the book by Dr John Rosemond, is a perfect description for helping parents deal with issues of: dating, money, getting a job, driving, drugs, grades and college or vocation

  • College planning 

  • What to do with Millennials who don't engage with life, get jobs, go to college, play video games all day and night

Coaching is

  • The coaching process is not counseling.   The focus is on identifying strengths and building on the positives. 

  • It is not one hour a week in an office.  Most sessions are 90-120 minutes.

  • It is highly interactive and often done in the home environment.

  • It involves assignments and homework.  

  • Watching videos and reading articles and books.  

  • Open communication including: texting, emailing and calling to discuss immediate issues.  

  • Being on call for crisis issues.  

  • Meeting together with other parents to discuss ideas and strategies


Our coaching staff includes Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC's) when there are legal requirements and also when counseling is a more appropriate option for your needs.

What are you waiting for?  It is time to call and get control and find practical and powerful strategies to build your relationships with your children and be the parent you have always wanted to be!

Email Krisandra Parsons at

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