Are you questioning whether you can really do this “parenting” thing?

Maybe you are a new parent and are feeling ineffective and frustrated with yourself or your child. You look around and seem to always find parents that have it together and like they know what they're doing.

Perhaps you and your partner are running out of ideas on how to address crying and tantrums.

It's actually very common for parents to worry about how their child might turn out if concerning behaviors do not stop.

We offer parent education courses and provide a safe space to share these feelings, concerns, and questions about your child. The parent education courses are taught using the Nonviolent Parenting approach, developed by Echo Parenting and Education.  These courses can help you build confidence, empathy, and identify the many paths to help your child feel loved unconditionally.

Click below to join the 6 or 10 week parenting course and start feeling better equipped as a parent. Ultimately, you will increase your confidence and feel better about your relationship with your child. 

The courses are held on a weekly basis. Click "register" below to sign up for the wait list.

Moms who worry about their relationship with their children, and are looking support and reassurance that they’re not alone and that things can be different or better. Moms who want to change the path of their family legacy. Moms who feel confused and ashamed about their parenting (and themselves) and don’t want to repeat mistakes from their own childhood.

Let’s face it, parenting can bring both joy and frustration. You love your kids to bits, but sometimes you also feel stuck, defeated, or ineffective as a parent. You may feel unsure how to bridge your own upbringing with current parenting trends, like that time your mom told you she never held you when you cried as a baby, but you read an article that said it’s good for babies to held. It’s confusing when you want to be the best parent you can be but a lot of the information you receive appears to be conflicting.