TRAUMA OFTEN LEAVES US FEELING STUCK OR TRAPPED:
Is Parent/Teen/Family Counselling for you?
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HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT TO YOURSELF, I JUST WISH MY KID CAME WITH A PARENTING MANUAL?
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Empowered Parenting Program
If you are willing to invest 12 weeks of your time, then you can change your family’s destiny.
I have taken all my knowledge gained through my education, training, experience of fostering teenagers with complex needs for 6 years, extensive research and working with families since 2006 and designed a masterful program to solve your family’s problems.
This program will transform your parent-child relationship and equip you with practical tools to solve problems right now, or any problem that arises in the future.
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Week 1- Family Check In
Week 2- Exploring Parenting Style
Week 3- Providing a Secure Attachment and Building Connection
Week 4- Learning to Effectively Communicate and Establish a Teamwork Approach
Week 5- Stress Management
Week 6- Teaching your Children about Emotional Regulation and Brain Development
Week 7- Pause and Reflect Week
Week 8- How to Effectively Discipline
Week 9- Emotional Intelligence
Week 10- The ‘Scary Teenage Years’
Week 11- Children with Complex Needs
Week 12- Program Wrap Up
You will have 12 weekly Counselling Sessions with me, that are 60 minutes in length, as well as consistent e-mail support in between counselling sessions.
These counselling sessions can be a combination of scenarios that include one parent, two parents, the child (age based) or the family together.
You will be provided with Weekly Modules that will breakdown how to effectively parent through any challenge that you may have with your child.
You will receive a life-long parenting manual for parenting that is broken down into easy-to-understand weekly modules.
These weekly modules will define the Weekly Topic, explain to you why this is effective and give you tangible action steps to apply as a parent to get the results.
Are you or your child using drugs, alcohol, or food to numb out and suppress emotions?
Is addiction impacting your ability to parent?
Are you getting mad at the people around you?
Is your child threatening you, breaking things or hitting you?
Does your home feel unsafe?
Do you and/or your child frequently think about worst case scenario?
Does anxiety negatively impact your parenting ability?
Are you and/or your child missing out on what life has to offer?
Co-Parenting and Divorce
Do you require conflict resolution?
Looking for ways to emotionally support your children?
Looking for ways to emotionally support yourself?
Are lawyers, legal bills and the courts stressing you out?
their child’s needs. I can help you, to help your children through this difficult process so that their emotional needs are being met. I help parents figure out how to navigate their new co-parenting relationship with the best interests of their children in mind.
Diagnosis (Complex Needs)
Does your own diagnosis impact your ability to parent the way you want to?
It is scary, stressful, and emotionally draining when your child has complex needs, and this is not what you expected or were prepared for as a parent.
Intense with Emotions
Sensitive (mentally, emotionally, physically)
Uncomfortable with Change
Do you engage in “fight” such as yelling, arguing, punishing your child?
Do you find yourself going into “flight” by avoiding and ignoring an issue with your child?
Do you “freeze” and end up giving in to their demands?
A traumatic incident or incidents can lead to ‘scary’ and ‘challenging’ behaviors. Often our children’s challenging behaviors are a result of unprocessed and unhealed Trauma. Often, we cannot parent the way we want to because of our own childhood trauma and emotional triggers.
– Peter Levine
- Experiences or situations that are physically, emotionally, or mentally painful and distressing.
- These experiences overwhelm a person’s usual ability cope and their belief that they can cope with the situation.
- It can be a situation that is threatening (physically, emotionally, mentally) or is perceived as threatening.
- It can be a situation that is new and different.
- It is often a situation that the person has no control over what is happening, and no choice.
- What is traumatic to one person, may not be traumatic to another person. It differs person to person.