Parenting teens with Positive Discipline
an audio summit hosted by the Joyful Courage podcast
Here is the offer I have created for you
A curated navigation system to help you be the most prepared,
grounded and even thriving parent during this very special season/time in your child’s life.
I love my teenagers, AND I am finding this season of parenting challenging in
whole new ways. Just about ALL of the parents I speak to are too.
Do you feel you need adult-size water wings to ride the wave of parenting teens?
As I stumbled through the first few years with my teen, I found that the resources I needed weren’t available to me. So I reached out to my community. I connected with some of my favorite Positive Discipline mentors and trainers who also had experience with parenting through the teen years.
They were generous enough to deep dive in conversation with me.
And deep we went.
Finding Kindness and Firmness During the Teen Years
Lori Onderwyzer is a Certified Positive Discipline Lead trainer, certificated teacher, and mother with 30 years of learning and experience. She truly lives and models the Positive Discipline principles she teaches. Her passion is to help adults guide young people to become confident, capable, resourceful, resilient and contributing members of their communities.
Understanding Teen Brain Development
Marcilie Smith Boyle coaches high achieving parents and professionals toward authentic success so that they can live, work, and parent with more peace, purpose, and joy. A Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Trainer and Career & Leadership Coach, Marcilie leverages her previous sixteen-year consulting and marketing career to ensure her clients get a return on their coaching investment.
Deepening our Understanding of the Emotional Lives of Teens
Kelly Pfeiffer is a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer who trains parent educators and currently serves on the Positive Discipline Association Board of Directors.
Private Logic, Social Interest and Raising Humans that Make a Difference
Aisha Pope is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer who has been working with parents, youth and families in the San Diego area for over 15 years.
Our Teens and their Journey of Individuation
Nadine Gaudin is a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer and a teacher. The most important part of her work training teachers in Positive Discipline. She currently trains in public and private schools all over the world. She has worked to develop PD in nearly 100 schools in the past 4 years.Bernard her husband and 3 children (19, 17, 15) help her deepen her understanding of PD on a daily basis.
Using Curiosity to Support our Teens with Thinking Through Risky Behavior
Jane Weed-Pomeranz was trained by Jane Nelsen the founder of Positive Discipline 22 years ago and is now one of 35 Lead Trainers internationally.
Promoting Shared Power While Negotiating Curfews with Teens
Izumi Takase lives in Geneva, Switzerland, and is a Certified PD Educator and Trainer for parents, certified 2014, and the founder of ipositiveLINC.
Motivating our Teens to be in Contribution
Jody Malterre, M.Ed, enjoys having many roles helping families and kids. As a Positive Discipline Trainer she works with both parents and teachers. Additionally, she lives in the Montessori world where she is a teacher trainer at Westminster College. Much of her work blends these two practices together.
Anxiety, Depression and our Teens
Noha Alshugairi is currently a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Newport Beach, California. In addition, she is a Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer. Noha strongly believes that a nurturing empowering adult-child relationship is at the core of a strong community.
Reframing our Thinking about Schools and Schooling
Cathy Kawakami is a Lead Trainer with the Positive Discipline Association and the owner of Middle Ground Parenting based in San Jose, CA. She is passionate about sharing positive relationship building skills with schools, families and communities.
Supporting our Teens with Screens in the World
This guest has requested to come on anonymously to protect the privacy of her children. She is an outstanding parent educator and trainer who speaks regularly to schools, parent groups and teachers. As a mother and Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer, her passions include bringing joy back into parenting and creating community filled with dignity and respect.
Navigating Transitions and Friendships During the Teen Years
Hilary Diouf is a mother of a teenager and a preteen, and a Positive Discipline Educator. As a social care worker, she has 20 years of experience working with young people and families experiencing difficult situations. She has worked in Ireland, Switzerland and now lives in Canada where she brings her sensitivity of cultural differences to her work with caregivers.
The Birds and Bees for Parents of Teens: Dating, Relating and Waiting (or not)
Amy Lang is a Positive Discipline Educator and has been a sexual health educator for over 20 years. She teaches parents of all beliefs how to talk with kids of any age about the birds and the bees.
Body Image and Eating Disorders
Kristin Nasman, M.Ed is a certified Positive Discipline Trainer and parent coach. She teaches parenting classes and teacher workshops on solution-focused discipline. She is an instructor at Bellevue College in the Parent Education Program where she teaches parents of preschoolers in the Creative Development Lab class along with Positive Discipline courses.
Staying Connected During the Journey of Adolescence
Dodie Blomberg is the mother of 2 young adults – a 25 year old son and a 22 year old daughter. She has been using Positive Discipline since 1995 and has been a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer for the past 16+ years.
– Sarah, parent
– Allison, parent
– Karen, parent
– Kally, parent
What you can expect
– Authentic discussion –
You will find yourself drawn in by the real, candid interview style of the host, Casey. She too is a parent of teens and brings her transparency to each and every interview. She values lightness and authenticity in the parenting conversation – resulting in feeling like you’re having a conversation with good friends, while taking in information that will up your confidence while raising your teens.
– Personal growth –
This summit is an opportunity to put yourself, and your learning, first, and to get information that will support you in making a meaningful impact on your family. The topics we are covering come straight from what I see the Joyful Courage community asking for support with. This is an emotional journey, and we all want to get it right.
– Community –
All registered participants will be encouraged to join the Joyful Courage for Parents of Teens FB Group (again, optional) for discussions about each day’ interview. This is a supportive group of like-minded parents on the journey, ready to stand for you with support and celebration.
How the spotlight summits work
After you register you will get instant access to all the summit interviews and a welcome email from me, encouraging you to join the Joyful Courage community. Joining the Facebook group is optional, however it is a super fabulous, like-minded group of parents of teens over there waiting for you to chime in. The conversations have already started!
The summits include audio only interviews so that you can take them wherever you go.
The content is yours to consume as you see fit. You can listen to the interviews and read the transcripts on a timeline that works for you – coming back to your favorites again and again.
All of the content from the summits will be stored in your personal account on Teachable. Participants will create their own username and password, and will find the interviews and transcripts made available in their virtual classroom.
All of the audios and transcripts will be downloadable and yours to keep. Download the Teachable iPhone app to make it super easy.
The good news is, no matter how you are able to listen in to these interviews, they are yours to keep forever. You get to choose when you listen to them, and how you want to integrate what you learn. After taking in these interviews, you will have the tools and skills to be the parent you want to be, with strong relationships, as well as boundaries and guidelines that fit your family.