At WisdomPath Parenting, we believe that parenting ‘know-how’ should not just belong to the experts. WisdomPath Parenting teaches you what ‘the experts know’ using straight-forward, practical terminology so that you can experience immediate and positive results at home.
When you know what the ‘experts’ know, you will rediscover your innate wisdom to:
-Respond to pressure to ‘hurry’ your child’s development
-Manage tantrums, ‘clinginess,’ and ‘not listening’
-Avoid power struggles, get children to follow directions, do their homework, and get along with their siblings and other children
WisdomPath Parenting will show you why your children ‘do what they do, think what they think, and feel what they feel,’ so that you can coach, guide, and discipline with confidence.
When You Want to Know What the Experts Know: Attend the Workshop Series!
When You Need a Bit More Support: Call us For Individualized Parent Coaching Sessions
There was a time when parenting seemed more instinctual, more innate, and people just seemed to “know what to do.” Now in the 21st century, parents often struggle to know how to guide, teach, and protect their children, and find themselves inundated by parenting techniques over wisdom.
Many parents even say they have “read every parenting book ever published” and yet still feel overwhelmed by the task of effectively raising “good kids.”
Kate Messina, PhD and Michaela Adams, BA, developed WisdomPath Parenting to help new and seasoned parents gain confidence in their abilities to parent their children. Rather than yet another technique-driven parenting program aimed at getting children to behave, WisdomPath Parenting illuminates the pathways of your child’s developing mind and emerging personality.
Over the years, Dr. Messina and Michaela Adams determined that parents felt they had rediscovered their own innate wisdom only after they had attained a greater understanding of what was coming and why.
For those of us raising children this means truly knowing and understanding the developmental pathways of childhood, such as the importance of attachment, or how a child develops a positive self-image, or a conscience. Only when we have a deep knowing of what behaviors mean and don’t mean, can we as parents, trust our instincts to guide, nurture, teach, and encourage. Within this framework, we can then develop a system of rules, limits, and consequences that fit within our own family values and cultural norms.
Being a WisdomPath parent reawakens your intuitive sense that you will be able to ‘figure it out’ and ‘know what to do.’