In this free parenting call replay, with Hand in Hand Instructors Julie Johnson and Laura Minnigerode, you’ll learn how to prepare for the birth of a child (whether it’s the first time or a sibling), how to maintain your connection with your other children when the new baby comes along, and how to create a community of support around you as your family grows. They also explore what happens for fathers after a baby is born and how they can maintain a strong connection with their child.
Thanks for joining Hand in Hand Instructors Megha Mawandia and Anca Deaconu in this free parenting call about the challenges you face when your idea of parenting faces resistance from others. Megha and Anca discussed, through examples, how you can peacefully manage the differences … Continue reading
Te-ai înregistrat! Te rugăm să îți verifici adresa de e-mail pentru detalii legate de call. Abia așteptăm să ne conectăm cu tine! Dacă vrei să afli la ce oră (pe fusul tău orar) va avea loc teleseminarul, o poți face … Continue reading
Join Certified Trainer Ravid Aisenman Abramsohn for this one-hour informational session on the Hand in Hand Instructor Certification Program. Learn from Ravid the process and requirements for entering the Certification Program and learn Hand in Hand’s hopes for graduates of … Continue reading
When you carve out a few minutes each day for Special Time with your baby, you’re taking an important opportunity to stimulate your baby’s brain, heal the hurts that may have settled in, and connect in a wonderful way.
Listen to Hand in Hand instructors Georgie Bancroft and Lyra L’Estrange in this past free parenting call on sibling rivalry. They will give you some fresh ideas on how to bring more harmony into sibling relationships using the Hand in Hand listening tools.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) underlie what some researchers and clinicians see as the largest unrecognized public health crisis in our nation. Parents, teachers, and childcare providers often experience heightened stress as they care for children who struggle with the emotional, … Continue reading
n emotional project is a set of persistent feelings or behaviors that come up for your child again and again. When the same feeling or behavior is triggered many times in somewhat similar situations (like always hating to go to school or daycare, or always becoming aggressive if other children crowd too close), it indicates that there’s a big hurt under the surface. To heal that hurt, you’ll need to listen many times to the same big feelings—“You don’t care about me!” or “It’s not fair! It’s never fair!” As your child cries or rages and you listen with care, the two of you together will drain that big hurt, and change your child’s overall outlook on life and on his relationship with you.
Here’s a little question: …What’s going well for you? It’s a simple enough question and one that can bring a moment’s lightness when your day feels heavy. It’s also a question we ask a lot at Hand in Hand, and … Continue reading
Thanks for joining Certified Instructor Kirsten Nottleson for this one-hour Q&A info session on the Hand in Hand Instructor Certification Program.
This call discusses the process and requirements for entering the Certification Program and Hand in Hand’s hopes for graduates of the program.