Your Teen

Coaching for Parents Who Need an Interpreter

Increase Connection
Improve Communication
Develop Confidence

What many parents don't realize is how taxing a negative relationship with their child can be on their own confidence, productivity, and overall health, let alone that of their child.

You love your child and would do anything to see them happy.

You also secretly might want to strangle them.

You CAN have a loving relationship with your teen.

Connect & Communicate
With Your Teen

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Which is worse?

When your teen gives you attitude or ignores you altogether?

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You deserve to have the loving relationship you've always wanted with your kid.

You'll feel like parent-of-the-year.

How It Works

Step 1

Schedule a Consult

This is a brief 15-minute call with John to assist you in understanding how InterpreTeen can help you improve your relationship with your teen.

Step 2

Take the Kolbe Index

This helps to identify natural strengths and provides insight into why you do what you do.

Step 3

Schedule Your Follow-Up

Meet with John for a 45-minute interpretation of your results from Step 2. You'll receive specific tips for you and your teen to better connect and communicate.

About John

John Colaruotolo is one of roughly 100 people certified by Kolbe to interpret the Student Advocacy Quiz. He is also one of only 12 people certified to perform the BrainyAct test for children younger than 13.

A successful business owner and certified coach, John helps parents build a bridge to their child through:
  • Communication
  • Connection
  • Confidence
What people are saying...
"Kids don't come with instruction manuals. This helps parents be more positive and influential in their kids' lives. If a kid has confidence growing up, they are high achievers. They are happier."
~ JD
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Stop Stressing Out About Your Teen and Create
The Connection You
Dream About
At InterpreTeen, we know that you want to be the parent whose kid loves them, looks up to them, and opens up to them about the ups and downs in life. In order to do that, you need to understand how your teen operates.