STRESS LESS, CONNECT MORE
If you’ve been trying to create more harmony, peace, and connection within your home, are navigating uncharted territory with your children, or are just trying to live your best life as a parent, then you’ve come to the right place.
The Revolutionizing Parenthood conference was designed to meet the unique needs and challenges that parents are facing today–from battles about screen time, to raising empowered girls, to feeling triggered by your teenager. In just one day, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from keynote speaker, NYT best-selling author and Oprah’s favorite parenting expert, Dr. Shefali, a world-renowned therapist and mindfulness teacher who integrates Eastern and Western philosophies.
You’ll also have access to over twenty different parenting workshops on a variety of topics that were designed to address the struggles of raising toddlers, tweens, and teens. You will leave this event equipped with new knowledge, ideas, and tools to take home in order to parent in a more conscious and connected way. Revolutionizing Parenthood will help you through unexpected challenges, so you can be a more effective and empowered guide for your children as they grow and encounter their own life challenges.
MEET YOUR CONSCIOUS
Dr. Shefali’s ground-breaking approach to mindful living and parenting has made her one of the foremost experts on conscious parenting. She’s written three New York Times best-selling books, including The Conscious Parent, which was endorsed by Oprah as one of the most profound parenting books that she has ever read.
Dr. Shefali is a clinical psychologist who received her doctorate from Columbia University in New York. She specializes in the integration of Eastern philosophy and Western psychology, making her an expert in her field.
REAL PEOPLE, REAL IMPACT
“A mom of two young girls came to me extremely frustrated, sad and feeling shameful. She noticed a pattern that she could not break out of – when her 4-year-old daughter would be defiant, this mom would freeze, utterly unsure of what to do or even say. During our work together, she was able to connect what was happening currently with her daughter to a traumatic incident that happened to her when she was about the same age. It was a huge a-ha moment.”
– Erin Taylor
“A couple reached out to me regarding some of the challenges they were facing with their three children. After our work together, they said ‘It has been interesting to see the change in the mind-shift away from the kids being the problem and now focusing on ourselves for almost every situation. Louise created a safe space where we can talk openly and seriously, get valuable insights, whilst being able to laugh at the same time. Thank you for this.’”
– Louise Clarke
“I had the pleasure of working with a toddler mom for a month of support – she felt the stress of juggling twin boys, growing and creating content at home for a new online fitness business and being alongside a partner who traveled all the time. She now is able to have the energy and drive to run her business, build a beautiful and loving community and also be there for her boys in their growth and development. It’s so lovely when she pauses and finds gratitude for her family and career and I’m really grateful for helping her to see that she CAN do all that she wants in the world!”
– Aparna Venkataraman
“A single mom, with two daughters, contacted me for parent coaching. She told me how her days had become filled with conflict and frustration. She worked diligently over the weeks on her own reactions and also on meeting the needs of her children.She was releasing the traditional parenting methods of control and punishment and embracing understanding and connection. Over our time together, her home became more peaceful, joyful, and compassionate.”
– Tia Fagan
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