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Parenting Through Difficult Times will change how you see yourself as a parent and transform how you manage your children’s challenging behaviour.
Over six modules, an hour a week over six weeks, you will develop how you:
• provide your children with a sense of calm
• give your children tools for managing their big feelings: increased anxiety, frustration, disappointment, melt downs and acting out.
• enjoy your parenting
Kim McCabe, founder director of Rites for Girls CIC and mother of three, will share her expertise gained from 30 years research and working with children and teenagers; acknowledging always that you are the expert on your own child. Kim then guides you in how to adapt this information to suit your child, your family circumstances.
With supporting written materials and exploration sheets, and a private online chat group connecting you to a community of parents, you will be able to explore what you’re learning, share your insights, successes, questions and challenges. Kim will join the chat regularly.
No quibbles 100% money-back guarantee if after the first two modules you’re not finding this programme is right for you.
Parenting Through Difficult Times is designed to make the parenting process more enjoyable, less stressful and more loving. From the importance of taking time for yourself and making sure you are getting what you need, to giving your children the sense that they are heard, supported and loved – this course will guide you through a series of insights that will empower your parenting, and transform your parenting journey.
“I learned to feel good about our parenting mistakes and try new paths. Very useful to me to feel understood by Kim. Kim is extremely wise. I really enjoyed it – really valuable.” – Lucy
“I just wanted more of Kim. I just couldn’t get enough of her insights, she is like a lifeline. Such wisdom and so beautifully delivered.” – Jo
“This course gave me 1) A longing to listen to Kim and hear her advice. She is one of the best people I’ve ever heard talking about parenting. She is so wise, and her ton just inspired me. 2) Camaraderie with other parents. 3) Recognition that ultimately we rub along doing the best we can for the people that we love the most. Sometimes we succeed but other times we may fall shortof our ideals and that in those times to become more forgiving of ourselves.” – Sarah