Parenting That Connects, Not Divides
A Workshop Series for Parents and Caregivers
(Birth – 7yrs)
This FREE supportive parenting series is for anyone who has ever wanted to talk about the joys and challenges of parenting in a small group setting. In the first workshop, Parent Emotions, we will explore ways to manage our emotions when our children are struggling with ‘big feelings’ of their own. Future workshops will be tailored to the specific needs and interests of participants. Some examples of topics that may be covered are temper tantrums, power struggles, discipline vs. punishment, simplifying childhood, and parent self-care. The goal of this series of workshops is to provide an opportunity for parents of young children to connect with one another, learn how to best support their children through the various developmental stages, and discuss parenting concerns in a safe and supportive environment. PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED AS SPACE LIMITED.
Baby's in arms are welcome, but to allow for open dialogue, this will be an adult group.
Please register by sending a quick email with your name and name of anyone one else attending with you (eg. partner, other caregiver, baby in arms) so we can plan for seating arrangements.
Meet your facilitator Amy Kervin
Amy is a certified Simplicity Parenting Coach, a teacher of 15 years and a mother to two wild and wonderful children. She is the founder of LOVE UNCLUTTERED, an online space dedicated to supporting parents to simplify their lives and schedules to make more space for what truly matters - joy and connection. She is an inspiring speaker, a writer for the popular parenting website Mom Talk NB, and a passionate advocate for children and the parents who love them. Building on a strong background in psychology, Amy continues to study with Kim John Payne, Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Dr. Deborah MacNamara, Patti Drobot and Dr. Shefali Tsabury, utilizing this learning in her one-on-one work with parents. Her ultimate goal is to live simply, parent consciously and connect deeply with her children…and help others to do the same.