– Denise, parent
– Julie B., parent
Parenting for the Season You’re In
Parenting for The Season You’re In is a program for parents who are looking for deeper understanding of the challenges they are facing, how they may be contributing to the challenges, and tools and strategies for problem solving. Most importantly, this community is about experiencing more joy on the parenting journey.
Join so many other parents in finding their Joyful Courage as we walk the sometime mild, sometimes wild parenting path. No matter the season of parenting you are in today, this program is designed to give you what you need to be the parent you want to be.
Kids don’t come with an instruction manual.
Wouldn’t it be so nice if they did?
We buy the books, read the blogs, listen to the podcasts and consume the content, looking for answers and the elusive formula that is going to help us with this wild ride of parenting…
And it just isn’t enough.
The experts all tell you that they have the process, the 4 steps, that they hold the secret to a happy, easy-breezy family life.
What you don’t often hear is that parenting is WORK. That there are NO easy answers. There are ages and stages, yes, but each family has their own unique dynamic, and each parent comes with their own flavor of experience and beliefs that inform them as they move through the parenting journey.
All classes are held via Zoom. Each series includes 6 classes and one follow up class 4-6 weeks later. Click on the register buttons above to see the exact class dates.
If you wish to set up a private class, please email: [email protected]
You are ready. Learn how to…
Be effective and have fun as a parent.
Discipline with kindness & firmness.
Help your teens become responsible problem solvers.
Diffuse power struggles.
Build a home of cooperation and mutual respect.
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Need immediate support?
Private coaching with our Sproutable Leads
Free workshops for parents/caregivers of infants to teens.
Learn from your phone or computer. Positive Discipline audio summits.
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.