Parenting children with food allergies adds another layer of stress. It is crucial for parents to learn ways to get calm around this issue so that children can trust that they are safe in the world. Join other parents who are also raising children with food allergies. Gain support and learn techniques for managing your feelings. Parents will be able to then teach their children mindfulness exercises that they can use for themselves. Next group runs Wednesdays 11:15 – 12:30 from 3/4 – 3/25.
Welcome. First, know that you are not alone. I offer individual, couples and group therapy to people who are struggling with all different types of problems from parenting to work to general life issues. Stay tuned for Pause of the Day, resources to help you on your journey whether you are a parent or not, information on conscious living, and a funny take on life for a breath of fresh air.
Parenting children of all ages can be challenging and lonely. This group provides parents with a safe place to get support and learn specific tools and techniques. Topics addressed include and are not limited to: Discipline, boundaries and expectations around homework, morning and bedtime routines and getting along with siblings. Parents will learn about parenting intentionally and begin to understand that children are here as our greatest teachers. Once we parent from a centered and confident place, our children respond positively. Parents are encouraged to bring their own examples and get immediate insight and assistance in how to parent consciously. Get in touch for more information.
Teachers have one of the most, if not the most, important jobs today. You are responsible for educating, nurturing, protecting and raising up our nation’s future generations. This is challenging yet rewarding; tiring yet empowering; and can push your buttons at any given point of the day. Teachers, just like parents, come to the table with their own history as students, children, friends, and of course triggers. A trigger is the moment you have a feeling, either physical or emotional, that takes you out of the present moment and causes you to react in a nonproductive way. Mindful or conscious teaching helps you to become aware of happenings in the classroom and within yourself in a nonjudgmental way. It can also be a way to help you align with the most authentic version of who are meant to be.
Get support and learn tools to enhance your teaching experience. Get in touch for more information.