How To Coach Your Kids Online Webinars
Our online interactive workshops (webinars) are for you if you want more harmony and accountability in your family. Learn coaching tools and methods to bring fun and games into the family dynamic, creating cooperation and harmony between parents and their kids.
Whether you are the main caregiver, a single parent, step parent, grandparent or friend, the new tools and perceptions you will be exposed to will allow you to create Loving Family Systems.
Our tools are simple to apply and easy to understand…but don’t be discouraged if, after one attempt, you don’t transform your family relationships.
A change in behavior is instantaneous. Creating lasting change in the patterns how people relate to each other is determined by continuous, transformative steps. I can teach you to do both helping to:
-Relieve your stress
-Reduce conflict in your home life and
-Create more playful fun-time with your kids (and grown-up family members!)
In these interactive workshops we look at real-life situations that parents face on a daily basis. These workshops are fun and interactive (no boring lectures on dos and don’ts.)
Implementing these tools is easier than you think!
You will find you can integrate them into whatever parenting methods you are currently using that works.
Webinar dates for 2017:
U.S. CST 11:00am-12:30pm / UK 5:00-6:30pm / CET 6:00-7:30pm
2 way interactive video-conference webinar (easy to follow logon steps included).Please RSVP to confirm your presence if possible! And, dates may be subject to change.
Your trainer for this internationally acclaimed work, is Dana Minney, mother of twin boys and author of “The One Minute Parent“. She has been a professional coach for the last 12 years…assisting people to apply coaching tools to improve family systems, business teams and personal relationships.
Confucius said, “To put the world in right order we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our personal life; we must first set our hearts right.”