Creating Peace and Calm
Do you struggle with a child who struggles with emotional regulation, impulse control, time management, focus, flexibility and more? Join this 3-week training for parents. Parents will gain a clear understanding of how the brain and body work with special emphasis on ADHD and executive functioning delays. Learn how you can support your child in their behaviors and gain greater peace and calm in your home.
Gain a clear understanding and a plan to support your struggles parenting a child with ADHD and executive functioning delays and grow your peace and calm in your home
- Learn why your child struggles with starting and completing tasks .. and how you can help
- Gain understanding and strategies to handle big emotions
- Learns ways to make daily tasks completion go smoother
- Understand defiance, lying, swearing, hitting … and how you can help
- Learn strategies to get on the same parenting page as your partner
- Help grow the confidence and connection between you and your child
- Learn ways to phrase requests to gain greater connection, trust and cooperation.
- Learn God’s model of parenting and his promises for his children.
Each session runs for three weeks.
Session 1: April 13, 20, 27
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Winning At Home
300 S. State Street, Suite 6
Zeeland, MI 49464
$95 per household
(you can register up to 2 per household)
Click on the button below for the session you would like to register for.
Each session is limited to 40 participants.
Certified Parent Coach
Ann is highly experienced in helping parents work through the frustrations and struggles they are having with their challenging children. She brings biblical grounding, neuroscience proven strategies as well as empathy, calmness and understanding from her own personal experience parenting children with challenging and frustrating behaviors. She especially loves working with moms who are struggling with their child’s behaviors and giving them strategies, confidence, freedom and hope for dealing with defiance, disrespect, frustration, inflexibility, ADHD, anxiety and anger.