Positive Parenting Practice

Learning to leave "N" (no & negativity) behind

Reset and Get Ready

10 weeks for exploration

Who are we? 

It is hard to raise a child. If you are reading this then your intention is to put in the effort to be a good parent. It may not be going the way you want but there is always time for a change. You can spend your energy being angry and creating a negative environment or you can be the change-maker and turn it right side up.  

A positive parenting approach is based on honest, open communication which cultivates a strong emotional connection with your child. Reciprocal respect and responsibility create a partnership that generates a greater chance of happiness for the family as a whole and each individual child.  

This methodology works for all ages and stages, typical and neurotypical. My approach takes into account the energy exchange, organization and routines of a family. The focus is to develop both coping skills and recovery skills to assist in finding your level of happiness. 


  • Actively listen to what your kids have to say

  • Show good judgement and stick to your rules

  • Be a good role model and a good person

  • Stay in control of your emotions

  • Show lots of love during quality time

  • Get your own needs met

  • Set boundaries and build mutual respect 

Positive Parenting Practice

Learning to leave "N" (no & negativity) behind

Parenting is way harder than anyone told us.

Who really understands how the stress of life affected dinner time? 

Who told you that missing sleep could turn love to hate?  

What about all the self-doubt and questioning around your level of parenting?

Are you cutting it?

Are you spending energy criticizing yourself? 

That all stops now!

Invite a few friends or a few couples together for a positive parent conversation. It is a hands-on approach to the simple steps of changing the way you interact with your children. These steps will lay the foundation for children to self regulate. Providing the opportunity to learn awareness, reaction and recovery is key in successful integration to life.

Imagine the growth of your own gratitude and emotional awareness as you model these skills

for your home. 

  • Reduce the level of fighting negative energy in your environment 

  • Reduce the fighting and increase cooperation

  • Recognize and react to shifts in developmental stages

  • Stay in control of your emotions

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Get your own needs met

  • Set boundaries and build mutual respect 

  • Increase the ability to stay grounded and focused