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In addition to being a Certified Hand in Hand Parenting instructor, Anouck de Boer shares a psychology practice in the Netherlands together with Hand in Hand Instructor Marieke Sluijs. One of their services is supporting
Dear Hand in Hand, “I’ve heard a lot about the parent listening tool, Listening Partnerships, but what makes them so different to the good, easy chats I have with my friends about parenting? I have
As parents, we devote our time to the care and well-being of others. We hear a lot about self-care, about why it’s important to take timeouts for ourselves, or about how being mindful and calm
Are you tired of losing it with your kids? Do you wish you were a more patient parent? You can be. In this video, Patty introduces a unique parenting tool you can use to create
“Play with me?” That one question is asked at least 100 times a day in most houses, by kids to their parents. Time and time again we hear that play improves connections. Greys Anatomy-creator (and former
Ever feel like life would be so much easier if you could just get your child to listen? Are you frustrated by seeing the same difficult behavior over and over again? Listen to this free parenting call
Play is the safe cradle in which our children experiment, express themselves, and explore their world. Whatever the activity, your child is playing when her actions are spontaneous, she controls her role, and there’s no
When toddlers get aggressive staying loving and supportive can feel totally counter-intuitive, but that’s what it takes to shift the behavior away from aggression.
When I started using Special Time with my children they just fell in love with it. Special Time is a Hand in Hand tool that works like this: You set aside a certain amount of time,
Use this Special Time Checklist to make the most of your time with your child. You will build connection and give your child confidence to learn and grow and enjoy healthy lifelong relationships. Parents are
Raising a mini-me can take soul searching and acceptance – for yourself and your child. These ideas will help if your child reminds you of you, and that feels hard.
Many children fear getting vaccines, blood tests and other minor procedures. Use these ideas help them offload the fear and find confidence.