DAY 7

 

Jennifer Anderson: Feeding Kids with Self-Compassion Masterclass

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Jennifer Anderson is a mom of two, registered dietitian and has a masters of science in public health from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. In 2019, she founded Kids Eat in Color, a resource for families seeking evidence-based information and strategies on child nutrition and feeding.

Prior to starting Kids Eat in Color, she coordinated youth nutrition programs at a food bank, performed research in urban food deserts, and consulted for the USDA national office SNAP-Ed program. Her academic background is in public health nutrition, cultural anthropology, and economics.

Leslie Richardson: Connection & Compassion As We Parent Masterclass

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Leslie is a mom, a teacher, a facilitator and a Peaceful Parenting coach.

On her motherhood journey, she continues to be gobsmacked by the rollercoaster ride of it all – bliss carrying a baby in the wrap, sorrow with painful breastfeeding, gratitude for each healthy birth, the torture of sleep deprivation, the range of emotions when your kid is dysregulated, grief in miscarrying, the ongoing heart work of parenting and the ecstatic joy of family dance parties.

It is the dualities of the wholehearted bittersweet reality of being an imperfect human that she loves most.

Leslie has a passion for connecting deeply, bringing people together, creating community and building empathy. She studied Psychology, Drama and Education at Queens University and has additional qualifications in Special Education and Guidance Counselling. Leslie has deepened her connection and compassion skills through working as an inner-city K-8 Special Education teacher, creating and facilitating empathy groups for teens and parents, and as a mother of four children. (one of whom is a strong-willed gladiator who inspires her to work on her self-regulation skills every. single. day!).

There is no social media linked to Leslie’s work because real life, heart to heart connection and compassion is what it’s all about. 

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Jennifer Kolari: Self-Compassion & Self-Care in Connected Parenting Masterclass

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One of the nation’s leading parenting experts, Jennifer Kolari is a highly sought-after international speaker and the founder of Connected Parenting. A child and family therapist with a busy practice based in Toronto and San Diego, Kolari is also the author of Connected Parenting: How To Raise A Great Kid (Penguin Group USA and Penguin Canada, 2009) and You’re Ruining My Life! (But Not Really) Surviving the Teenage Years with Connected Parenting (Penguin Canada, 2011). Kolari is a frequent guest on many national morning shows and her advice can be found in many Canadian and U.S. magazines.

Jennifer entertains and educates audiences with her powerful parenting model based on the neurobiology of love. Kolari’s wisdom, quick wit and down-to-earth style helps parents navigate modern-day parenting problems, offering real-life examples, as well as practical and effective tools and strategies. Her highly entertaining, inspiring workshops are shared with warmth and humour, making her a crowd-pleasing speaker with schools, medical professionals, corporations, and agencies throughout North America, Europe and Asia. 

 

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Michael Danzansky: A Conversation on Supporting Teens & Self-Compassionate Parenting

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Michael Danzansky is the creator of the Parenting Teens in Uncertain Times Summit and co-author of the Transformational Parenting Training. He is a trained Somatic Coach through the Strozzi Institute, a Certified Mindfulness Instructor, and has advanced training in Family Constellations therapy,completed intensive
study of indigenous wisdom practices with Malidoma Some and has taught yogic philosophy and movement for over 12 years. His passion is to support our rising generations by helping help parents and families transcend “stuck” patterns of behavior to create more ease, love and connection.

Beth Sandweiss: Mindful Self-Compassion Masterclass

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Beth Sandweiss is a certified Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) instructor, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher and psychotherapist in Montclair, NJ. She has been in engaged in and studying the intersection of psychotherapy, meditation, and spiritual practice since 2006, and integrates mindfulness based approaches into her clinical work with families and individuals. Her understanding of mind body integration is deepened by her training as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP), a body oriented therapeutic model applied in multiple professions for healing trauma and cumulative stress. She is a mind/body therapist at Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Integrative Medicine Service and is passionate about sharing mindfulness-based practice with people whose lives are impacted by cancer.

In addition to her clinical practice, Beth is an adjunct professor at Montclair State University where she teaches Mindfulness: Theory and Practice. Beth experiences mindfulness practice as a rich and integral journey toward cultivating health, compassion and joy.

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Trish Wilkinson: Brain Stages & Self-Compassionate Parenting Masterclass

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Parenting coach Patricia (Trish) Wilkinson is coauthor of Amazon bestseller and Readers’ Choice winner Brain Stages: How to Raise Smart, Confident Kids and Have Fun Doing It. Having taught preschool through middle school over 23 years, most of her effective behavioral techniques with students developed from study and trial and error, all while raising two children with challenges–both of whom are now well-adjusted, successful adults.

Kim Freeman, mother of two, says, “Trish has been a wonderful, patient, and kind coach. Our 11-year-old son Eli now has a better sense of self and is learning to navigate the challenges of ADHD.” For free resources and information about how to transform your household into a healthy, peaceful home while raising balanced, happy kids, visit
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Tracy Gillett: Raised Good with Self-Compassion Masterclass

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I’m Tracy. I’m the founder, writer and advocate behind the award-winning blog, Raised Good – a guide to natural parenting in the modern world. Based in Vancouver and originally launched in 2016, Raised Good has become a go-to trusted resource for millions of parents worldwide.

Originally from Melbourne, Australia I have traveled the globe and lived in four countries in the last decade, including London, UK, Auckland, NZ and Vancouver, Canada. My travels have given me a unique perspective on the nuances of western culture and how to speak to a wide audience. My readership reflects that with readers from just about every country on the planet. My writing style could be described as passionately evidence-based, wholeheartedly authentic, reflective, curious and inspired by personal experience. In 2016, Huffington Post Canada recognised me, along with the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, as one of the top fifty Canadians who inspire, inform,
empower and influence.

I started blogging in 2014 when my son was a baby and posts were written on my iPhone as he napped beside me. I never set out to be a writer but I quickly discovered that I had a passion…and skill for it. I took creative + business writing classes to learn and further immerse myself. I entered prestigious blogging competitions and won. I fell in love with the difference I was making to parents everywhere. But, I knew I needed more exposure. So, I emailed Arianna Huffington pitching my writing to her for the Huffington Post. On New Year’s Eve she wrote back saying, “YES.” From there, everything changed. My first viral post, Simplifying Childhood May Protect Against Mental Health Issues, reached over 5M readers. Since then, Raised Good has continued to grow year over year impacting millions of parents globally.

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