Mindful and Responsive Parenting

Do you want to better understand your child? Take this mindful and responsive parenting course to improve the relationship you have with your child

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Course Highlights

  • 2 hours of video lectures showing you how to be a mindful and responsive parent
  • A quiz to test what you have learnt throughout the course
  • Short development exercises to put what you have learnt into practise
  • Research based recommendations for how to deal with stress and anxiety
  • Be confident that you are providing the psychological stability that your child needs for a healthy development 

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Certificate of Completion

Mindful and Responsive Parenting
Kellie E.
Kellie Edwards
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(UKPRN: 10064410) Company No 08761384

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Course Facts

RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

Course Teacher

Kellie Edwards

Psychologist, Mindfulness Teacher and Parenting Educator

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Do you want to better understand and improve your relationship with your child? Then you are not alone and have come to the right place! This course will help you reduce stress and anxiety when dealing with your children, help you to become a less reactive parent and help your child develop naturally, which will in turn make the process of parenthood a lot more enjoyable.

Kellie Edwards has made this course to ensure that you become the best parent that your child could possibly wish for. Kellie will use her experiences from being on the brink of exhaustion, depletion and depression as a result of parenthood to show you how mindfulness and self-compassion are the most profoundly supportive parenting resources.

This course will provide you with solutions for when parenting gets stressful and exhausting, this will allow you to maintain a more loving and connected relationship with your husband/wife and children. You will be able to support your child's well-being and help them manage the ups and downs of life by reacting positively to their behaviour.