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We provide email, telephone or online meetings that are private, confidential consultations on any parenting or family issue.
Our fee is $75.00 for a 30 minute telephone/live online consultation, $150.00 for a 60 minute telephone/live online consulation or
$199.00 for a two-hour in-person consultation.
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PARENT EFFECTIVENESS TRAINING is the most researched, evidence based, best practices, model for raising responsible,
caring, and respectful children of all ages. The P.E.T. course is the grandfather of most parenting programs, and conflict resolution
courses, presently offered at universities and colleges around the world. Attachment between parent and child is enhanced by learning
the skills in this 8 week course. P.E.T. provides families with confidence, healthy self esteem, emotional intelligence, open communication,
problem solving skills, assertiveness, empathy and increased co-operation in their lives together. For parents of children ages 4-19 years.
NON-VIOLENT COMMUNICATION is another great course based on some principles of Parent Effectiveness Training. For parents of children 4-19 years.
POSITIVE DISCIPLINE by Jane Nelson, is a parenting course that is non-punitive and attachment parenting oriented. For parents of children 0-19 years.
TERRIFIC TODDLERS by Alberta Health Services is a parenting course that is respectful, attachment oriented and nurturing. For parents of children ages 1-4 years.
The Warmest Place of All, by Licia Rando, Med. “This is a lovely book, one to warm your heart. And it’s great for a cuddle! Your kids will love it.”
Parenting Organization Encourages the following:
Making commitments to both marriage and
giving time and attention to get to know and understand our children.
respect between parent and child.
Empathic Parenting rather than Calendar Parenting style.
to child's expressed and hidden needs, while meeting parents' needs.
the child's own readiness for independence.
non-violent, non-punitive discipline that connects parent and child.
breastfeeding if possible, and child-led weaning.
to a child’s distress when upset, sick, or hurt.
sleeping arrangements and night-time parenting.
and recreation as a family unit.
that connects relationships.
learning and laughing in the family relationship.
non-sexual closeness that respects personal boundaries.
Education as much as possible in the public system, private system or at
We do not pretend to be parenting
experts. However, we believe that most parents, given some knowledge of child
development, intuitively know what their children need, and how best to meet
those needs.We provide a supportive
environment for discussion of these issues. We encourage every parent to
practice Attachment Parenting as much as possible within each
family situation in order to experience fulfilling, nurturing, close, and
connecting love relationships with their children.
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