Our Mission

Shift the core of parenting
from
reactive corrections to responsive directions
so parents can transform behavior into learning moments. 


Dad lovingly glancing at infant discovering the depth of love he has for his child

Why does it matter?

Your parenting began with a gentleness that bonded you and your child for life. Now, despite that bond, you’ve started reacting more often than you thought, and you’re emotionally exhausted.

The secret solution is to shift how you teach the lesson. You can communicate, empower and teach without damaging your child’s spirit, or losing your temper!

Frustrated mom with head in hands dealing with the fact she yelled and punished her kids

What does that mean?

No kid likes hearing “eat your veggies,” and no parent appreciates someone telling them what to do. Fortunately, you’re the expert on your child.
You know what works with your child and what doesn’t, not me. Unfortunately, I’ve never met you! 

Our job as parents is to guide and help our kids translate life’s experiences.  

Our job is not to prevent those experiences or control those experiences

Our job is to help our kids gain wisdom about themselves and the world around them, empower their potential and purpose as life continues to help them grow. Shifting this one perspective about parenting naturally moves the mind toward responding.

How we help.

You know your child’s temperament, habits, likes, and dislikes. You know your family’s values and rules. Our mini-courses offer strategies and methods that allow you to use what you know about your kids and family to decide whether or not the entire process, or a portion of the process, will work for you, your child, and the situation.
A map and compass suggesting Proactive Parenting shares a new direction for parenting

The log-jam of non-action

Without a plan, it’s easy to fall into non-action and repeat the same reactive methods, again and again, hoping for a different result. We all know what Einstein said about that, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” Albert Einstein

Read the blog, the book, book a coaching session, or purchase a mini-course because I am confident that you will, at long last, find the parenting strategies you’ve been looking for so you can respond instead of reacting.

Our Mission

Shift the core of parenting
from
reactive corrections to responsive directions
so parents can transform behavior into learning moments. 


Dad lovingly glancing at infant discovering the depth of love he has for his child

Why does it matter?

Your parenting began with a gentleness that bonded you and your child for life. Now, despite that bond, you’ve started reacting more often than you thought, and you’re emotionally exhausted.

The secret solution is to shift how you teach the lesson. You can communicate, empower and teach without damaging your child’s spirit, or losing your temper!

Frustrated mom with head in hands dealing with the fact she yelled and punished her kids

What does that mean?

No kid likes hearing “eat your veggies,” and no parent appreciates someone telling them what to do. Fortunately, you’re the expert on your child.
You know what works with your child and what doesn’t, not me. Unfortunately, I’ve never met you! 

Our job as parents is to guide and help our kids translate life’s experiences.  

Our job is not to prevent those experiences or control those experiences

Our job is to help our kids gain wisdom about themselves and the world around them, empower their potential and purpose as life continues to help them grow. Shifting this one perspective about parenting naturally moves the mind toward responding.

How we help.

You know your child’s temperament, habits, likes, and dislikes. You know your family’s values and rules. Our mini-courses offer strategies and methods that allow you to use what you know about your kids and family to decide whether or not the entire process, or a portion of the process, will work for you, your child, and the situation.

A map and compass suggesting Proactive Parenting shares a new direction for parenting

The log-jam of non-action

Without a plan, it’s easy to fall into non-action and repeat the same reactive methods, again and again, hoping for a different result. We all know what Einstein said about that, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” Albert Einstein

Read the blog, the book, book a coaching session, or purchase a mini-course because I am confident that you will, at long last, find the parenting strategies you’ve been looking for so you can respond instead of reacting.