How To Have Peace When Your Kids Are In Chaos
Are you raising a kiddo with a Capital Letter Syndrome (ADD, ADHD, FAS, FASD, SPD, on the spectrum) or with a trauma history?
Do you often feel isolated? As if no one gets it? Or as if everyone offers you advice that DOESN’T work? Such as – “You should discipline that child more.”
Sometimes you don’t know where to turn for help or advice. I get it. I lived in chaos for years. As a parent of seven including a mix of bio, adopted, and kids with Capital Letter Syndromes, I often felt alone. I felt as if no one understood.
That’s why I wrote this handbook- I don’t want you to feel alone in your parenting journey. I want you to have the support, tips, tools, and research-based help that you need! Treat this book as a handbook. Turn to the section you need first and take the first steps toward more peace in your home.
Hi, I’m Kathleen, and I want to help you have more peace and less chaos in your home.
I’m the mother of seven, four through adoption, former National Parent of the Year, author, teacher, and speaker. But more important than any of those things, I’m a parent just like you. I know what it’s like to raise kiddos who have experienced trauma and/or have a Capital Letter syndrome. I used to feel as if I was the only one struggling and because I felt that way, I isolated myself. I don’t want you to feel alone in your parenting journey.
I am not a doctor, lawyer, mental health therapist, or social worker. I do not provide legal or medical advice. All statements and views expressed are solely my opinions based on lived experiences or training. The content on this site and in the podcast is provided to families and professionals for informational purposes only. It is not intended to replace professional medical, psychological, behavioral, legal, nutritional, or educational counsel. Reference to any specific books, materials, websites, programs, agencies, etc. does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by Trauma-Informed Parenting.