Rebecah Freeling has worked with kids and their families for over 20 years, specializing in children with impulsivity, difficulty “listening,” ADHD, aggression and bullying, social anxiety, and sensory sensitivity.
Rebecah has a background in education and financial services. She owned and directed a highly-successful Waldorf-inspired early-childhood education center from 1999-2010, and she’s managed her own financial services firm since 2011.
Rebecah’s work with children is strongly influenced by her training in Waldorf education, which places a priority on helping kids of all temperaments develop self-discipline, social skills, and social responsibility. One of Rebecah’s greatest joys is to help parents create environments that match their children’s needs and personalities. Rebecah also loves to help families eliminate financial stress.
Rebecah's Coaching Philosophy
Rebecah is genuinely passionate about helping impulsive or strong-willed, “spirited” kids develop self-discipline, social skills, and social responsibility. These kids are not deficient, they’re not “bad,” and they don’t have anything wrong with them – and neither do their parents! Instead, spirited kids have an exceptionally high potential for leadership. These are the people who, more than anyone else, can stand strong in what they believe and, because of their energy and intensity, stay the course until they get what they want. Wouldn’t it be great if the next generation stood strong for justice and kindness, not giving up until their efforts were realized? Rebecah’s mission is to help parents guide these kids and channel their intense energies into constructive action that can make a real difference in our world.