About Tara Reddington 2018-06-05T02:41:38+00:00

About Tara Reddington

I am most proud of my family and 5 children.  As a family coach, the most important part of my  “living resume” is my own family and children.   How can I guide parents and families if I don’t have a solid track record of my own.  The most effective sports coach is one that has had a successful career in that particular sport.  The scope of my parenting experiences ranges so wide from success with newborn baby life to  research and medical advocate for a severely disabled child and all things big and small that lie in-between.  I am very grateful to report that so far, I have managed to raise good natured, emotionally healthy, socially competent and independent children who are very committed to our family.  My daughter Grace has taught us all so much about life, love and the importance of family.  Although she has added lots of  stress and work to our lives through the years and made daily life more challenging, she has been our greatest teacher.
Professionally, I have practiced as a school psychologist since 1998.  Prior to that, I worked under Dr. Wilson Utter (Pediatrician) for ten years and learned more from him than all of my years of education combined.  He still continues to be my mentor.   In the Spring of 2017, I decided to officially create G6 Coaching,  utilizing physical fitness training combined with mind training blended into a unique model that I developed.  I specialize in anxiety management.  Along with being a school psychologist, I am also a personal fitness trainer and use  circuit training, strength training and cardio boxing to teach body control and sequencing through movement.  This has been very helpful in working with clients who have anxiety.  My skill set is unique and unmatched by other professionals.
Thankfully, I’m always learning, evolving and growing as an individual and I have learned to be grateful for the good and the bad in my life, realizing that without some form of failure and trial and error, we cannot grow stronger.  We must learn to not only face the burn, but embrace it.  This is true not only in physical fitness but in mind conditioning.  In order to build muscle, we must create stress on our muscles.  The fibers breakdown and they repair.  It is only through brokenness and challenges that we truly learn to re-build and gain strength and renewal of hope.  The term, G6 has grown to imply that we must learn to live at our highest levels of joy, peace, strength and trust.

From educational advocacy to parent consultation and direct child coaching specific to dealing with their social-emotional struggles, the goal of G6 Coaching is to deliver a full package of support and wrap the client and family in confidence and success and ultimately help them rediscover the joy they once knew as an individual and as a family.

-Tara Reddington
G6 Family Coach


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Rhode Island College, Magna Cum Laude
  • Master’s in Educational Psychology, Rhode Island College, Magna Cum Laude
  • Research Assistant for Rhode Island College Professor
  • Teaching Assistant, RIC graduate studies
  • Advanced Degree (CAGS) in School Psychology, Rhode Island College, Summa Cum Laude
  • AFAA Certified Personal Trainer
  • CPA/First Aid Certified

Work History

G6 Fit Family Coaching, Owner and operator
North Kingstown, RI

  • Portsmouth School District, 2016-2017
    School Psychologist for Portsmouth Middle School
  • Chariho School District, 1998-2016
    School Psychologist, Grades Pre-K-12th
  • Senior Project Mentor, 2015-2016, 2016-2017
  • Personal Fitness Trainer, 161 Boxing, 2013-2015
  • Race for Grace, Founder/Chair
    For International Rett Syndrome Foundation (IRSF)
    Raised close to $500,000
  • Waterman Pediatrics/Coastal Medical, 1987-1997
    10 years in Pediatrics as a medical assistant, working under one of Providence’s most influential Pediatricians, Wilson F. Utter, MD.