13 08/2019

How To Nurture Healthy Attachments With Your Child | Expert Interview with Paris Goodyear-Brown

2021-03-14T15:20:27-04:00By |Expert Interviews (formerly Backstage Pass), Uncategorized|

Children who come from trauma may take a lifetime to recover.  Some of the big behaviors may remain and  helping parents to understand that creating felt-safety and setting a reasonable bar are the first steps towards healing. How can we create felt-safety? What is the "soothe" technique? What do we do with our kid's core [...]

1 07/2019

Finding Hope After A Relinquished Adoption | Expert Interview with Carrie O’Toole

2021-03-14T15:20:27-04:00By |Expert Interviews (formerly Backstage Pass), Uncategorized|

This edition of Expert Interviews deals with a sticky, controversial, and painful issue in the adoptive parenting world, and yet it is a reality that some families are walking through.  Where can you go if you are thinking that you just can't do this anymore?  Is there hope after relinquishment? In this edition, Mike welcomes [...]

18 12/2018

Kitchen Table Talks: Holiday Memories

2018-12-18T19:35:54-05:00By |Kitchen Table Talks|

Join in with a cup of hot cocoa for a fun kitchen table talk with Kristin Berry and her friend, Nicole Gorges as they recollect their own childhood Christmas memories and then talk about some of their new family holiday traditions.  From planning activities to decorating, with lots of talk about gifts and giving, Kristin [...]

5 12/2018

Masterclass with Jayne Schooler: The Meaning Behind Behavior

2018-12-05T03:25:11-05:00By |Masterclass Series|

Are you tired of trying to deal with tantrums, melt-downs, manipulation, lying, violence, control, self-harm, promiscuity?  Wondering just how to "fix" these behaviors? You might be realizing that "fixing" behaviors may not actually work anyways. We've been there too!  That's why we are so excited to welcome back Jayne Schooler for an hour-long Masterclass that will [...]

10 10/2018

Kitchen Table Talks: Step Back or Step In?

2018-12-17T18:18:44-05:00By |Kitchen Table Talks|

No one wants to be that "helicopter parent," and yet, sometimes we know that our kids really do need our help.  When do we step back and when should we step in?  This can be even more complicated when parenting kids who may have experienced traumatic events and/or have special medical, physical, emotional, or learning [...]

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