Does your child have difficulty getting out the door in the morning? Does your child resist “unpleasant” activities like brushing teeth, cleaning up, or stopping play to eat a meal? Are you struggling to effectively address everyday family challenges in a calm and creative way? Join us for this highly interactive and practical event!
In this workshop weâ€™ll use scientific findings from the fields of neuroscience and human development to better understand stress. We’ll gain new insights into ourselves and our children so we can re-ignite our creativity and restore our patience to calmly work through these “trying times” in ways that work for everyone!
What We’ll Cover
See What Goes On Inside
Learn the three brain states and how to communicate with your children in each state.
Discover Root Issues
Identify what leads to recurring â€œproblem” behaviors in your children.
Expand Your Personal Toolbox
Identify concrete strategies to use in effectively handling stressful situations.
Create Problem-Reducing Environments
Discover specific ways to prevent problems by creating more calmness and connection.
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Odyssey Community School (90 Zillicoa St.)
$20/person or $35/couple
Reduce the Stress in Your Home!
While you can keep simply trying new “discipline” techniques, to create lasting change requires getting to the root causes of the stress (for you and your child). Each participant will work with their own specifically chosen stress event so that they leave the workshop with awareness, information, and concrete steps they can take to create a different result when they return home.
“Thank you for the shifts you have made in the day to day relationship my daughter and I share. It always amazes me what a big impact small but intentional changes can have!”
Come learn a new way to handle your #1 stressful family situation.
Your Workshop Leader
The Stress-Less Family workshop is created and faciliated by Shonnie Lavender whose calling is to foster the evolution of humanity by supporting parents to evolve spiritually and to parent in a way that enables their children to retain their spiritual and emotional wholeness. Trained at Coach U and accredited by the International Coach Federation, Shonnie is also a certified Simplicity Parenting Coach and works with families to protect the sacredness and magic of childhood. She has been coaching since 2001.