Raise kids who become awesome adults
I knew everything about kids before having my own.
Then tantrums, sibling rivalry and homework battles happened and I learned the true meaning of, tedious, infuriating and lonely. So I set out to debunk how to:
I found that Positive Discipline helped me deepen my connection to my kids and feel confident about my parenting choices. That's what I want for you.
Leading with Love workshops boil down Positive Discipline theory and current brain science into simple strategies that solve our most dreaded parenting challenges.
Kai is a mom of two, certified Positive Discipline parent educator, social emotional literacy trainer of teachers at Seattle Public Schools and works in special education with elementary school students who struggle to build behavioral, social-emotional and academic skills.
For ten years she worked as a Planned Parenthood educator, teaching sexual health classes to young people from tweens to college students. She ran the award-wining peer education program, Teen Council and facilitated countless Family Workshops aimed to help parents and kids talk about puberty and sexual decision making.
Kai's prior work with adults includes WA state childcare staff training, sexual health classes for adults in a variety of settings including the king county jail and local women's shelters, and Planned Parenthood clinical, educational and volunteer staff training.
At the heart of Kai's work is a drive to teach kids to have the courage to follow their curiosity and show the world their inherent compassion, a hope that all children know deep down that someone's got their back, and a mission to give parents the support and tools required to be that someone for their kids.
These introductory workshops are rooted in positive discipline philosophy and current brain science. They're practical, welcoming, and fun. You don't need to register, just show up! Held at Green Lake UMC, upstairs from GLSA 6415 1st Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115. Feel free to email me with questions: email@example.com
Clear away the nagging, bribing and yelling. Debunk how to get kids to listen in ways that leave them and you feeling calm, connected and confident.
More lighthearted; respected.
No name calling or having to settle arguments—just smoother play dates and siblings who share and crack-up together. We’ll get to the heart of how to lead kids there.
From toddlers to tweens, some kids' feelings are LOUD! We’ll discuss how to keep from losing it ourselves while helping kids quiet the screech.