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Help for Parents

go from chaos to peace in your home

5 days to sibling kindness. Yes, even now.

Join the Sibling Kindness Challenge happening August 10-15!

As the days of “Stay at Home” or quarantine drag on, sibling kindness becomes rarer and MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER!

 

Parent Coaching

Get personalized support that you need. NOW! 

One-on-one video calls regularly to help your family connect and minimize those pesky problem behaviors.

Quick Wins Mini-Courses

Each mini-course is designed for you: the busy mom who wants to make a change but cannot find the time to read a whole long parenting book or invest in a lengthy parenting course!

These will take less than an hour and include downloadable cheat sheets to help you implement what you’ve learned as quickly as possible!

What is a behavior?

In this mini-course, learn what the word behavior even means! Then the good stuff: figure out what you want your child to do instead. Go from “Stop stop stop!!!” all the time to building up those good behaviors. Become the fun mom you’d rather be!

Super fast strategy: First, then.

Mini-course 2 is ALL about quick wins. Use this behavior tool (called the premack principle) to finally put an end to those power struggles! Use a little positive reinforcement to build up desired behaviors and see some big changes. Fast. This tool is especially helpful for moms of littles!

Establishing Clear Expectations

This mini-course is all about getting everyone in your home on the same page as far as what is expected and what is not okay. Where do we come up with these expectations? They are all based on YOUR family values! I’m not going to tell you what behaviors to put on the do or don’t list- it’s all about your values and what you as a family stand for. Check it out!

Quick Win eBooks

Are your mom struggles time of day specific? We’ve got you covered. With these immediate download ebooks, learn strategies specific to morning routines and bedtimes- two of the HARDEST times of day for us moms! 

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