PeaceWorks Coaching arose out of my long-cherished dream of a peaceful world. I believe that peace begins at home and that children raised peacefully will eventually create such a world. We are dedicated to supporting conscious parents and teachers to be able to meet children in a genuine heart-to-heart connection with respect, love and faith in all of our essential goodness and desire to learn and grow.
Children who are raised with kindness, respect, and mindful presence are known to be:
- Eager learners
- Explorers and discoverers
- Creatively adaptable
- At ease with adults, friends and themselves
- Disciplined & well-behaved
Going your own way as a conscious parent can be lonely at times. You can grow weary of smiling politely while someone tells you about the latest privilege they took from their kids which was “working great,” or complaining about stressful their lives are with the kids, hearing how others talk to their children or intervene in conflicts… yet you too want to have disciplined and well-behaved children. And you keep thinking there must be a way to do this that is aligned with my values.
We get that because that’s how it was for us. So we developed PeaceWorks Parenting.
PeaceWorks Parenting is NOT for every parent. It is ONLY for parents who
Want Their Children to:
• become confident, competent and self-responsible, as well as respectful.
• learn for the joy of it,
• be motivated from the inside out
• know that they deserve to be taken seriously, can identify and get their real needs met, and can be in relationship with others – family, friends, and adults.
For Parents who want to:
• know their child in his or her true essence and guide and support that essence in developing to its full potential!
• have well-behaved children without rewards and punishment (“consequences”)
• experience joy, laughter, peace, and ease in the family
• be someone their child confides in and seeks guidance from
• remain calm in the heat of the moment
• take responsibility for their own actions and trust their children to do the same
If you are one of these parents, we need to talk.