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Even in the best of times, separation anxiety can be a real struggle for parents of toddlers. Throw in a pandemic, and most parents have had unprecedented additional layers of challenges to contend with. If separation anxiety is one of those tough spots within your family, please consider the support and guidance carefully crafted for you in this workshop series.
I deeply value all the love and connection parents and caregivers invest in their children, often with little outside help. I believe we all need support in our parenting journeys, especially when times get tough. This is a great chance to join other like-minded parents and learn together. You will learn the basics of human connection, how to deal with specific parenting challenges and receive guidance and support throughout.
Come practice your Listening Partnership skills. This group is open to anyone who has previously taken a Hand in Hand Starter Class or a listening partnership class. Led by a certified instructor, this group is only to practice the skill and build our knowledge about ourselves through listening partnerships.
Get weekly Parenting Support in a Hand in Hand Parenting Group with experienced instructor Madeleine Winter, by Zoom, from anywhere in the world. You'll build support for yourself and learn ways to maintain and repair closeness and solve problems in your family, so that you are more connected, and have more fun, more of the time.
Join myself and other parents for this six week course that will transform the way you see parenting.  Every week will have you learning a new, practical tool, unique to Hand in Hand Parenting.  The weekly call groups will provide the space for questions, support, and community.  I can't wait to guide you in bringing laughter, peace and connection to your family."
"A life changing experience" says one mother of Madeleine's Hand in Hand Starter Class. Learn what drives your child's behaviour, and concrete, parent-tested tools to set limits and build closeness and connection in your family. Get Personalised Support to help you set limits, build co-operation, and get the fun back into family life.
Aggression can be the toughest part of parenting, and the most isolating. We feel alone and afraid for our child. Join Instructor Kathy Gordon in small support group, as we use the Hand in Hand Tools to heal the fear that drives the aggression. Our video course “Helping Children With Aggression” will guide us in this focused use of Hand in Hand.
It's been close to a year since we all locked down. Even as we look forward to returning to normal, your kids may still be struggling. This is a great time for getting support and TOOLS to help your family get to the other side. We'll focus on HEALING our families and coming out of this even stronger.
"A life changing experience" says one mother of Madeleine's Hand in Hand Starter Class. Learn what drives your child's behaviour, and concrete, parent-tested tools to set limits and build closeness and connection in your family. Get Personalised Support to help you set limits, build co-operation, and get the fun back into family life.
Get weekly Parenting Support in a Hand in Hand Parenting Group with experienced instructor Madeleine Winter, by Zoom, from anywhere in the world. You'll build support for yourself and learn ways to maintain and repair closeness and solve problems in your family, so that you are more connected, and have more fun, more of the time.
Are you ready for a closer, more connected, and cooperative relationship with your child? The Hand in Hand Starter Class is the best place to start! Learn 5 simple listening tools that will transform how you relate to your child, and bring more joy and confidence to your parenting.
What to say and how to ask to get your kids to listen without bribes, threats, or yelling. If you are an exhausted parent looking to find more cooperation...and Peace in your household while avoiding becoming tangled in the game of asking your kids the same thing over and over then you have come to the right place. 
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