No-Yell Parenting Presents
PARENTING POWER TOOLS TO EASE YOUR WAY
THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS
A new on-line parenting class from Kathy Whitham, RN
For over 10 years, Kathy has worked with hundreds of parents in workshops and dozens with one-on-one, in-depth coaching, helping them avoid power struggles and nurture deeper, more connected family relationships.
This 1 hour class will help parents & caregivers come up with a simple plan to get through the holidays with fewer power struggles and more enjoyment.
Dear parent on the verge of overwhelm,
Are you nervous about how things are going to go with your kiddo home for a week?
Worried about that family dinner?
Has the strategy of wishful thinking failed you in the past when it comes to thinking "this time it will be different?”
Concerned about power struggles over screen time?
Just wishing you could enjoy some nice family time?
If the above resonates, you're invited to this 1 hour class where you'll learn how to
Avoid the most common power struggles
Create a simple, doable vacation plan
Increase your capacity to be more in control during the upcoming holiday vacation
Use some go to parenting power tools
This is a 1 hour online video class:
Wednesday, December 4th
@ 6:30pm Eastern (60 minutes)
If you can stay on the line, I'll answer questions for an additional 30 minutes. They will be included in the recording
Whether or not you can attend live, sign up to receive:
Recording of Video Training
Post conference Reference Guide
1 Month Bonus Group Q&A with Kathy Whitham, RN
Buy this class via PayPal by clicking the button below. After you pay, you'll be taken to a page which will explain all the details.
I look forward to seeing you on Dec 4th.
Kathy Whitham, RN, Parenting Coach, Poet, Mom & Grammy believes connection matters more than perfection. Taking her experience as a nurse, holistic practitioner, yoga teacher and artist, along with extensive study of trauma and brain development, she created No-Yell™ parenting, a model designed to empower parents to avoid power struggles and nurture deeper, more connected family relationships. She imperfectly raised three kids, to happy, successful adulthood. Kathy is passionate about giving children a voice and contributing to an emotionally healthy world.