Would you like more cooperation and laughter in your family?
Do you need some fresh strategies to bring consistency and harmony to your home?
Would you like to learn how to respond to tears and tantrums?
Are you having problems with sleep, food battles, sibling rivalry, aggression or clinginess?
Join Pamela Quiery and Miriam Ben-Haim from the comfort of your own home for this six week online Hand in Hand Parenting Starter Class.
It is a chance to take an in-depth look at the Hand in Hand Parenting approach and learn how to apply the five listening tools in your day-to-day parenting.
Suitable for parents/carers of children aged under 10 years old.
Wednesdays 8pm – 9.45pm starting 5th October 2021.
Get in touch for more details including cost: firstname.lastname@example.org
Discounts for low wage, couples and because it is so valuable to build your own bubble of like-minded parents we offer a special discount if you bring a friend
We deeply value all the love and connection parents and caregivers invest in their children, often with little outside help. We 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.
You will also get access to online course materials including video content from Patty Wipfler the founder of Hand in Hand Parenting. You will have lifetime access to these videos allowing you time to revisit the class content and share with your partner or other family members.
What is Hand in Hand Parenting?
Hand in Hand Parenting is all about building a strong connection with your children. Strong emotional bonds in a family lead to happy and cooperative children. Research shows that a close parent-child connection is the strongest factor that protects children from difficulties in later life.
Hand in Hand Parenting believes that children's instinctive nature is to be kind, loving and cooperative. By supporting their emotional development, children will naturally be open and excited about life. Emotions are important signposts to a child's inner world. At Hand in Hand we help parents and caregivers listen to tears and tantrums without becoming reactive or trying to “fix” them. Navigating these strong emotions with warmth builds a deep and loving connection between parents and children. Hand in Hand has five simple and practical tools to help parents balance authoritative limits with fun, laughter and one on one time. We are also passionate about supporting parents with their own emotions when times get tough. In the classes I teach, I provide parents with the resources, tools and the listening they themselves need so they can remain steady when their children most need their support.
What you will learn:
- The importance of connection and the science behind it How to respectfully deal with your children’s strong emotions including crying, tantrums, bad tempers and boredom
- How to approach common parenting challenges such as sleep issues, separation anxiety, aggression, anxiety, food battles Why parents lose their temper and what to do about it
- How to set limits with warmth and love without being permissive How to bring more play and laughter into your home
- How to build your own support system
What the course covers week by week:
Week 1: The value of connection
Week 2: Understanding your children’s emotions
Week 3: Why we lose it with our children and how to build a closer connection
Week 4: Why children’s behaviour goes “off-track” and how to help them
Week 5: Understanding children’s emotional projects and building confidence through laughter
Week 6: Time in vs time out, building support and making a connection plan
The course will run on Tuesday evenings 8pm – 9.45pm on the following dates: 5th, 12th, 19th October (break for Halloween on 26th), 2nd, 9th, 16th November 2021 Please get in touch for rates: email@example.com
To secure your place or for further info contact me via messenger or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More About Us
Hi, I'm Pamela Quiery,
I'm a mum of two children under 10 and I live in Belfast, Northern Ireland. I am a certified Hand in Hand Parenting Instructor and I love supporting parents by giving them practical tools they can start using straight away in their families to bring more cooperation and fun.
What people say about Pamela:
“Pamela is great! She's kind, open-minded and compassionate. She leads her sessions with confidence, humility and a bit of humour. I appreciate the honesty with which she shares her own experiences and the clarity with which she explains the philosophy and tools of Hand in Hand.”
“Thank you for helping me with my daily parenting struggles. Thank you for all the useful tools relating to your own personal experiences and for providing me with a fabulous group of people to exchange good and bad with, but most importantly laughter and a listening ear. Forever grateful.”
“Pamela is fab and funny, she has a great way of expressing the literature and telling related stories.”
I'm a mother to 2 girls, a certified Hand in Hand Parenting Instructor, a certified Life & Business Coach and a former Senior Manager in a large multinational tech company. I absolutely love working with parents and supporting you with the big and small challenges that we all face in various forms as we lead our families.
What people say about Miriam:
“I have been looking for help and tools to feel better as a mother for over 4 years. Everything I did made me feel worse, that I was failing so much as a parent. Until I met Miriam and hand-in-hand-parenting. The tools were what I needed. It is helping a lot!”
“I have discovered that properly listening to my child has changed our relationship. It makes me feel more connected to my daughter. It also has helped me in other areas of my life. I feel that I have a greater sense of calm from learning to listen.”
“Miriam did a brilliant job and was always open and supportive. She offered really good ideas for me in dealing with an issue with my daughter and I am deeply grateful to her.”