a Conscious Parent, or wish to be...You’re in
the right place!
The New Year
to put aside quality time to reflect on your family life, revisit the values you are living and
create your priorities for the coming year!
What do you have to
acknowledge and celebrate?
Do you want
to make some changes?
resources will you need in 2014?
Taking time NOW, to reflect on "what is"...
And making necessary changes...
Can save a crisis from happening in the future!
Do you have
the peaceful home life you dearly desire?
Or are your
children uncooperative most of the time?
Is it hard
to find time to come together as a family?
lost track of the values most important to you?
children say they are bored and just go for the TV?
Are you shocked with the language used as they play video games?
ones always needing your undivided attention?
Are your children attempting to "run the show", instead of you?
difference makes a difference!
reflect and makes small changes for the benefit of your family, those changes
can create a ripple effect throughout your family unit...and things can shift!
When we don’t take time out for reflection and make essential changes, more serious challenges can erupt.
charge and making changes to realign with the values you hold most dear, may be
met with negative feedback or unrest. However, do not allow that to derail you
from working to make the needed changes and gain a better connection with each
weren’t born to struggle as a parent...
You are meant to learn and live in
And have a good time in the process...HERE is HOW!
While you may be wishing you could
have greater family harmony and find the time to nurture each person’s best
and find the way to bring a greater PEACEFULNESS into your life...
none of this will happen for you until you take the time to focus on your situation and make the necessary changes. The ART of Conscious Parenting will support you in:
How to evaluate where you are and
where you want your family to be
How to leverage your time so you’re
making deep family connections with time left over
How to create your family values and involve
your children in the process of “living your values”
How to add special times/ practices/
activities to your time together which nurture compassion and cooperation
How to make living a life of “peacefulness” a reality in day to day
How to release past hurts, anger and frustrations
so that they do not sabotage your present situation
How to create “yes” environments for your children which nurture their creative spirit
How to carve out needed time for all
family members to have times of “inner peace”
All of this can happen for you when
set aside time for conscious parenting
and have support!
What an insightful class!
Sharon has a wonderful way of mixing her presentation to include
discussion, sharing, individual exercises and lecture which keeps the
class upbeat, personal, educational and interesting. As a parent with
experience as a parent educator it has been valuable to re-visit known
concepts, to learn new perspectives, and to take the time to re-focus on
my own parenting.
My family is definitely benefiting from my involvement in this class!
Sharon's gentle voice and accepting manner keep all the members of the
class comfortable sharing personal issues and eager to ask questions.
Thank-you Sharon for taking the time to offer these classes and for
making a difference in the lives of your participants! Janine
Burnham Ruth, momma to Teddy and Sam, Neurodevelopmental
therapist/Special Projects Manager of The Davis Center for Learning,
Development and Wellness.
is an amazing teacher with remarkable insight and knowledge as well as
excellent presentation skills. She has the unique ability to deeply
listen to and connect with both children and adults, which facilitates
the allowing of their true essence to shine. Sharon's joy and respect
for her work and her unconditional love radiates throughout every
session, bringing true healing and resolution to all who are fortunate
enough to work with her.
Jane Sheppard, Editor and Publisher of Healthy
was able to establish a quick rapport with my 5-year-old son and he
immediately engaged her in conversation (not always the case with him). I
was impressed by her playfulness and knowledge of his developmental
abilities. Sharon helped me to see my son from a different perspective
and because of that; our relationship is 1000X better (if that is even
possible!) She really listens to both child and parent's needs and works
with you to set goals and accomplish them. Johanna Zee