Raising Sensitive Kids Part 2 – Managing Emotions
When: 7 PM Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Where: Healthy Spine Chiropractic, 404 E Main St, Battle Ground, WA, 98604
You can purchase tickets at: https://sensitivekids.eventbrite.com/
Is Your Child Overstimulated?
An overloaded nervous system is the root cause of so many challenges that come along with parenting a Highly Sensitive Child. This quick guide is designed to help you know what to look for and understand how to help. It includes a checklist of signs to look for, and detailed steps you can take to support your child in developing the skills they need to manage their experience independently.
Five Phrases That Will Change the Way You Relate to Your Child
Five Reflective Writing Prompts for Parents
Having a daily writing practice can help take your parenting to the next level. It’s a powerful tool for reflection, cultivating compassion, and gaining traction on your own personal growth journey. But actually starting a writing practice can feel overwhelming. Partnered Path’s free writing prompts can help jump-start the process.
Soulpreneur Lifestyle Podcast with Simran Bhatia
I was recently a featured guest on the Soulpreneur Lifestyle Podcast, hosted by Simran Bhatia. This interview is a great introduction to my work, what it means to be highly sensitive, how to tell if your child is highly sensitive, and what you can do to support them as they venture out into the world. You can check it out here.
Many parents go overboard with teachable moments. When it comes to explanations, we need to step off the podium and remember that simple is better.
How do you teach a child without punishments and rewards? When is it appropriate to use consequences, and what kind of consequences are best?
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Hi! I’m Julia. As a certified Leading Edge Parenting Coach, I pay particular attention to the challenges of parenting Highly Sensitive Children. I’m a Highly Sensitive Person myself, so I can see both the beauty and the challenges of raising a child who feels things deeply, notices everything, and commits to their plans with unmatched persistence. I also have a Master’s Degree in Human Development and Education from the University of Colorado at Denver.
My first priority is giving parents the tools they need to understand their child’s most challenging behaviors. I work collaboratively with my clients to help them move beyond punishment. I lead parents to non-violent, nourishing, and effective ways of meeting their children’s needs. I believe in empowering parents with the knowledge they need to be their child’s most powerful advocate as they move through school and into adulthood.