Do you want to become a more mindful and calm parent?
This course is for you if you/your partner are expecting or already have a child and you want answers to your questions, help with self-doubt, and guidance on what steps to take.
This course includes Lifetime access to
- 4 core training modules
- 1 brainstorming workbook (FREE only with this course offer!)
- 16 short easily digestible video lessons with text captions
- Private Facebook community group with like-minded parents
Here is what you’ll learn in my Introduction to Gentle Parenting Course:
An understanding of what Gentle and Attachment Parenting is.
Implement steps to encourage the type of behaviour you’d like to see in your child.
The best ways to connect with your child.
You will raise a child that is confident, capable, emotionally resilient, and secure.
Learn how to best communicate with children of all ages.
Understand why they behave in certain ways.
Teach them the most important life skill of problem-solving.
Identify your own triggers and learn how to manage your emotions.
What others have said…
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“Thank you for talking about this! 4 years ago I felt so ashamed because I thought something might be wrong with me because I wasn’t enjoying motherhood – I am so thankful this resource is now available”
“I am so grateful for your generosity of time and info… you just helped a struggling momma”
What is Gentle Parenting?
Find out what a Gentle Parenting approach consists of and the facts behind it.
Why Gentle Parenting?
Learn about the reason for Gentle Parenting and the positive impact it has for your children.
How to be a Gentle Parent
Understand strategies and ideas to be a Gentle Parent, and how to tame your own emotions.
Common Behaviour Concerns
Each section is separated into age groups to tailor to your family dynamic and needs at this current period in time. Each lesson gives further explanation and reasons to their behaviour and what you can do about it. The final lesson outlines any areas that may raise concern where seeking professional help is an option for face-to-face support.