Praise for Hacking School Culture: Designing Compassionate Classrooms
I’m a Certified Positive Psychology Practitioner and Researcher, dedicated to supporting you as you navigate your journey. My strengths-based approach to working with parents and families integrates evidence based principles and practices from positive psychology, developmental psychology, positive education and the wisdom traditions. I look forward to connecting with you and helping you learn new parenting skills, build upon what’s working, develop self-compassion and expand your joy.
We all want to raise our children to be happy, healthy and successful. And we all need the knowledge, resources and a supportive community to guide us.
Share your parenting story with me and I will offer my insights to help you navigate your challenges and develop a plan for positive change.
I can suggest recommended resources and trusted practitioners in your community to help support your plan and your parenting perspective.
Learn new tools for parenting happier, healthier and more focused kids. Hear from pediatricians, psychologists, educators, holistic practitioners, and health and wellness experts.
Nurture your child’s strengths while celebrating their uniqueness.
Advocate for your child’s best interests, until they know themselves well enough to advocate for themselves.
Encourage a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities so they can discover what they love, what they’re good at, and what’s right for them.
Minimize screen time, and maximize nature time. Teach your child to appreciate the value of spending time with nature, and the usefulness of technology.
Love your child unconditionally, while clearly communicating how you expect them to behave.
Define what success means to you, and help your child understand what success may look like for them.
Practice gratitude, compassion, empathy, kindness, and mindfulness. Daily.
Understand your child’s true nature and notice where they are most likely to thrive.
Feed your children well, for the health of their mind, body and overall well-being.
Communicate with your children often and openly, even when you have different points of view.
Find joy in the moment while seeing the big picture.