Empowered Parenting

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2018-06-08 2018-06-09 Europe/Athens 2 & 3 November 2018
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Parenting isn’t a practice.  It’s a daily learning experience!

Objectives

Parenting is the most important and challenging job any of us can have.  This workshop is designed to offer you ways to look at parenting and provide you with skills and tools to make things easier.

Overview

Our parenting workshops are highly experiential, impactful, interactive and engaging.  We help parents to become more aware of how to empower the relationship with their children, and how to recover to and recreate a dynamic of love, trust and growth.

This 2-day workshop will show you how to design an intentional relationship with your children.  You’ll learn empowering dialogue and communication skills and simple tools that create awareness and give you perspectives from which to grow.

You’ll learn powerful methodologies that serve you to feel more comfortable with your parenting. They will help you improve the communication and relationship with your children. Through your responsibility and commitment to this work, you’ll pass on important knowledge to the next generation.

Outcomes

  • How to design an intentional relationship with your children
  • Discover you core qualities and your pitfalls
  • Empowering yourself and your kids
  • Core communication and dialog skills
  • Simple tools to get awareness and perspectives to grow from
  • See the toxic of relationships and find recovery strategies
  • From autopilot to intentional parenthood
  • From surviving to enjoying parenting

Who should attend:

  • Parents
  • Educators
  • Anyone interested in parenting – personal development

Duration: 2 days

Read what others have said:

“A cathartic, informative and valuable journey worth taking…Highly recommended!”

Despina Anastasiou

“Great experience!”

Ioanna El Sokary

“A brainstorming weekend with a lot of feeling coming out and a lot of techniques for a happy life.”

Despina Katsoula

“It was a valuable experience for conscious parents who want to raise happy children”

Sophia Vassiliadi