Montessori in the Home Consultation
To further assist you in your parenting and understanding of Montessori philosophy, these in-home visits allow me the opportunity to guide you in the creation of safe, loving, and supportive spaces for your child to be independent, involved, and to feel like an active and contributing member of your family.
During my initial visit, I will observe you and your family, while also taking a tour of your home to look at the layout and design of each room. I will primarily focus on four areas:
- Common family gathering room
- Your child’s bedroom
- Area of self-care (bathroom)
We will then meet to discuss my observations, environmental plans, your desires, needs, and ultimate goals. My in-home visits are also opportunities to address any relationship/behavioral concerns you might be having with your child.
The ideal in-home consultation takes place in your home, however, if you live a distance away and would like this type of support, please leave me a message in the How can I help section below, and I will get back to you soon. Arrangements can be made for meeting via phone or Skype, or we can discuss travel possibilities for my visit.
All families enrolled in the Montessori Parent-Infant and Child Program receive a one-hour consultation in your home free of charge, as part of your enrollment package.
"I have found Pamela's years of experience with children in a Montessori setting to be priceless. The way she interacts with little ones never ceases to amaze me. To me, she brings out 'the magic of the Montessori method' (as they say) - how she observes, meets the child where he/she is at, and acts out of respect for the child. Pamela really helped our family through the transition of our second daughter's arrival and how we worked with our three year old's experience of it"
- Charlotte Reedy, Montessori in the Home client
Personal Teacher and Parent Mentorship
"Until you have received your training and/or certification, you have your mentor for your program, and your mentor teacher in the classroom. After you have received your Montessori training, who do you turn to? What do you do when you question yourself in your life with the young ladies and gentlemen you serve?
I was lucky enough to have found Pamela, and she has been my mentor for some time. She is a very passionate, understanding, and patient Montessorian, who will guide you in the right way without any hesitation or judgement. Pamela is prompt in her responses when you need her, and I am sure you will be elated to have her as your mentor and guide, as much as Pamela will be for the kind reciprocity." - Hetal Sampat-Bhimani, Montessori Lead Teacher, USA
"Pamela allowed me to lead in identifying an issue and used my thoughts as ways to consider it in greater detail in relation to my particular experience, before then subtly encouraging me to question aspects of the wider picture. In taking this approach, Pamela has been indispensable in my professional journey, as she has empowered me to believe in my own knowledge of child development and the works of Maria Montessori.
I feel Pamela has taken this journey with me, and I would not be the Montessorian I am today without her gentle guidance and expertise. She draws from her extensive knowledge of the Montessori philosophy in which she stays true, and from her experience in working with children before and after birth. This is a very important aspect as it means she has great understanding of the early life and years of a child." - Harriet, United Kingdom
How can I help?
We can talk via phone or Skype for a free consult, to share your needs, and discover if my services match the support you are searching for. You will also learn about pricing and packages at this time. To contact me, you can fill out this form, or you can also let me know through email at [email protected]