Do you ever feel that you are unable to be the parent you wanted to be? Are you fed up with arguing with your kids most of the time? Do you get angry and punish your kids but then feel guilty about it?
You are not alone. 2020 has flipped our world upside down. The new work-from-home paradigm presents a host of challenges including 24/7 parenting.
You are invited to join a parenting group that will provide you with tools and strategies to navigate your new role as involuntary stay-at-home parents.
- Brain development
- Coping with emotions
- Dealing with challenging behavioral patterns, such as problems with food, sibling rivalry, morning preparations, lack of cooperation, screen time and more
- How to get kids to listen without yelling, threatening or punishing
- How to strengthen the connection between children and parents and improve the atmosphere at home
Warning: This is a life-changing process!
The workshop is limited to ten families.
Dr. Ifat Matzner-Herooti is a parenting coach who has spent the last ten years researching fathers' work-family dynamics. She shares her expertise via workshops, lectures and media publications. Her book Parenting—A Comedy of Errors filled with Good Intentions
is available on Amazon. Ifat has a PhD in law from the University of California, Berkeley and is a proud wife and mother of two.
For parents of children age 0–9 years
Sundays, February 7–March 14 | Six sessions
$350 for live sessions + recordings + WhatsApp support group
$450 for live sessions + recordings + WhatsApp support group + one-on-one meeting with the doctor
Contact: Tamara Thiel Prizant | [email protected]