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Discipline Without Yelling, Nagging,
In this talk, participants will discuss parenting struggles, receive psycho-education related to the long-lasting effects of negative discipline, discover prevention methods, and learn punishment alternatives to setting boundaries.
Becoming your own Nurturing Parent means acknowledging and responding to your inner negative voices. Through this Health Talk, participants will discover their own Nurturing Parent by learning how to heal old wounds and break through the roadblocks in their lives.
Improving Your Kids' Grades With Strategic Nutrition
Open your eyes to the pivotal role nutrition plays in the academic development and performance of your kids. Parents only want the best for their kids and this presentation is jam-packed with important new information you need to know about nutrition and supplements for optimal mental fitness for your children.
Working Mother: Tips and Tools to thrive
Working moms often find themselves overwhelmed with day to day demands of parenting, household responsibilities, and their “day job”. As much as the division of labor in homes has changed somewhat as more and more women take on demanding roles in the workforce, there is still a bit of a disconnect. This disconnect comes from generational expectations and a bit of perfectionism that goes along with the success that then leads to guilt and a feeling that they are falling behind. In this workshop, we will discuss the fallacy of “perfect” and explore the differences between expectations and reality and how those differences affect emotions and resiliency. Tools and tips around balance, division of labor, and expectations to help moms and families thrive.
Goals Behind Your Child’s Misbehavior
Participants will receive psycho-education on discerning beliefs versus behaviors, recognition of parents’ responses, and developing proactive parenting skills connected to their children’s mistaken goals.
Parents of Children With Special Needs
When parents see their children struggle because they are not receiving the educational program they need, the parents suffer too -- often affecting their emotional and physical wellbeing. Participants will learn how to persuasively present their concerns to start improving their child’s special education program.
Reimagining School - Making It Work for Families Remotely
Many people manage personal and work lives at home, which sometimes may also include managing our children’s learning from home. How can we rethink and reconstruct school life to flourish under such unexpected circumstances? This talk will help participants adapt to working remotely while navigating their child’s schooling from home by providing simple, manageable ideas to reimagine work, school, and family life.
How to talk to your children and family about race
Kids recognize race from a very young age. It is often parents’ reluctance to discuss race openly with their kids that leads to awkward conversations, lack of racial fluency, and a deepening of implicit and explicit racial biases. In this session, we will explore philosophical mindsets and concrete actions parents can take to normalize the conversation about race with their children and family.
Stress Management Strategies for Parents
Parenting is undoubtedly one of the most stressful jobs out there. In this talk, participants will receive education related to sources of stress, common symptoms, and actionable strategies for effective stress management.
Digital & Mobile Parenting Support
Our partner, Cleo is reimagining support for today’s working parents. Cleo’s app pairs intelligent personalization technology with a global network of certified care practitioners to guide parents on their journey from considering, to pregnancy, to parenthood, and back to work again. Employers see increased employee retention, more diverse and inclusive workplaces, improved health outcomes, and savings on expensive pregnancy-related health claims.
Today’s society demands a lot from families of all kinds. This health talk will cover the spectrum of differences amongst the structure of modern families, some of the stressors non-nuclear families face and how to build communication skills to increase wholeness within a family. With an eye on intersectionality, this talk will increase resiliency for people facing challenges unique to issues such as adoption, infertility, blended families, cultural differences, single-parent families and more.
Kids and Money
Our Kids and Money talk is designed to help parents teach their kids positive money habits. Raising financially responsible children is a priority for parents, but many lack the resources. In this talk participants will learn, how to teach your children positive money habits like saving, spending and giving, how to set a great example and demonstrate successful financial behaviors, how to implement practical and sustainable weekly activities and how to teach your children to set financial goals. Participants will also have access to a short video they can watch with their children to get them excited about learning about money!
Working parents often find themselves overwhelmed with day-to-day demands of parenting, household responsibilities, and their “day job”. As more parents take on demanding roles in the workforce, there is still a bit of a disconnect. This disconnect comes from generational expectations and a bit of perfectionism that goes along with the success that then leads to guilt and a feeling that parents are falling behind. In this workshop, we will discuss the fallacy of “perfect” and explore the differences between expectations and reality and how those differences affect emotions and resiliency. Tools and tips around balance, division of labor, and expectations to help parents and families thrive.