Speaking & Events
for preschools, schools, conferences, online events
Meet our speakers
Julietta Skoog, Ed.S., MA
Early years coach
Julietta is a Certified Positive Discipline Advanced Trainer with an Ed.S Degree in School Psychology and a Masters Degree in School Counseling from Seattle University with over 20 years of experience helping families in schools and homes. Her expertise includes early child development, autism, learning disabilities, anxiety, and behavior disorders, as well as leading friendship groups and classroom lessons based on Positive Discipline, Social Thinking and Mindfulness.
Casey O’Roarty, M.Ed
Casey is a facilitator of personal growth and development and has been working with families for over 15 years. Casey is a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer and Coach. She hosts the Joyful Courage podcast, parenting summits, live and online classes, and individual coaching. Her book, Joyful Courage: Calming the Drama and Taking Control of YOUR Parenting Journey was published in May 2019. Casey lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, and two teenagers.
Our Sproutable speakers are skilled storytellers and engaging speakers for both large and small crowds. We offer topic-based presentations for keynotes, conference breakouts, and parent/teacher education sessions.
Training topics include Positive Discipline from toddlers to teens, sibling relationships & conflict resolution, child development, creating boundaries with teens, emotional regulation, anxiety, neurodiversity, and more.
Cost based on attendance size. Email for more details: [email protected]
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Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline parent education is based on the theories of psychologists Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. Positive Discipline helps your child feel a sense of significance and belonging through learning important life skills of empowerment, self-reliance and cooperation. This parenting style encourages kindness and firmness at the same time.
Kindness is the way we interact and connect with our children, honoring their dignity and respecting their needs.
Firmness is the way we respect ourselves and the needs of the situation, as well as following through with what we say we are going to do.