Ashley earned a master's degree in social work from Tulane University with an emphasis in Child and Family Therapy, and an undergraduate degree in psychology from Rhodes College. She has worked as a child and family therapist at hospitals, outpatient clinics, universities, and employee assistance programs.
She and her husband, Matt, who is a Pediatrician, live in Mt Pleasant. They have three children, two boys and a girl who provide plenty of reminders of the challenges that today's parents face.
As a child and family therapist, Ashley found that often the most effective tool she used with families was educating parents in effective discipline. So, after staying home with their children for several years, she became a certified coach with the John Rosemond Leadership Parent Coach Institute.
Ashley's approach to parent coaching is focused on collaboration, education, and encouragement. She enjoys meeting with parents and speaking with groups both large and small.
Margaret’s professional education includes a master’s degree in counseling from Clemson University and an undergraduate degree in psychology from Davidson College. Since graduate school, her counseling career has included work in a residential treatment center, private practice, employee assistance counseling, being a stay at home mom, and most recently, working as a middle and upper school guidance counselor in a private school.
Margaret is a certified parent coach with the John Rosemond Leadership Parent Coach Institute. As a licensed professional counselor and parent coach, she relies on traditional parenting’s practical, common sense approach to solving family problems. Margaret believes parent coaching is an excellent platform for parents seeking to establish authority, and raise their families with leadership and a sense of humor. Margaret lives in Mount Pleasant, SC with her husband Gray and two daughters.