Parenting a kiddo with a trauma history and/or neurodiversity
When your kiddo has a trauma history and/or neurodiversity and can’t seem to “behave,” you are judged and offered free unwanted parenting advice making you feel as if you are the worst parent on the planet.
Can I ease your mind a bit?
You’re not alone. That was me for years. The truth is – traditional parenting doesn’t work for kiddos with a trauma history and/or neurodiversity. And it tends to backfire on you, causing worse “behaviors.”
You just need the right tools so you can be the confident parent of kiddos with trauma histories and/or neurodiversity
Trauma-Informed Parenting has the tools you need. As a Trauma-Informed Parenting Educator, I’ve worked with parents just like you- parents who need support, encouragement, and some new parenting tools when it seems as if nothing is working.
Do you want to be the trauma-informed parent your kiddos need?
I can help you with that. Here’s what to do next!
Free Parenting Guide
Does it feel as if your home is constantly in chaos?
Are your parenting tools backfiring?
Are you trying to fix the behaviors and not making any progress?
You’re not alone. I lived there for many years!
I’d love to show you what actually works –all the parenting tools in the correct order!
Your Kiddo’s Trauma Bucket Workbook
Are you confused by your child’s reactions? Do you feel as if you are back at the beginning of your trauma-informed parenting journey and nothing is working?
It may be time to examine your kiddos trauma bucket. Everyone has a trauma bucket. Some of our kiddos were born with trauma already in their bucket and it’s showing up in the form of meltdowns. What if you could learn more about your kiddo’s trauma bucket, track triggers, and get your parenting mojo back?
You can with the Trauma Bucket Workbook!
Trauma-Informed Parenting 101 Course
Let’s face it- there is nothing more frustrating than trying your best at parenting, only to feel as if you have lost your parenting mojo and never actually have peace in your home. The truth is getting some trauma-informed training (like this mini-course) is a game-changer that will help you get your proactive parenting mojo back.
Parenting a child with a Trauma-history and/Or A Capital Letter Syndrome?
learn how to parent in a trauma-informed way!
How To Have Peace When Your Kids Are in Chaos
Kathleen Guire, adoptive parent and National Parent of the Year, wanted peace in her home.
She struggled with imposter syndrome regarding parenting kiddos who have trauma histories and/or a capital letter syndrome (FAS, FASD, ADD, ADHD, SPD, on the spectrum, etc.).
The truth is – there are no perfect parents.
Equal parts self-examination, research-based tips, and personal stories-Kathleen guides you through the process of finding peace!
This unique handbook is a companion for your parenting journey. You will laugh, cry, and ponder as you read and reread the chapters.
order today! ↦
Hi, I’m Kathleen, and I want to help you become a trauma-informed parent!
I’m the mother of seven, four through adoption, former National Parent of the Year, author, educator, 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 neurodiversity. 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.
Trying to Parent Kiddos with Trauma Histories and Neurodiversities is Overwhelming
If you don’t have the right parenting tools…
- You use parenting advice from friends and family of neurotypical children and the meltdowns increase.
- You waste time scouring the internet and social media for that one magic parenting tool.
- You try parenting tool after parenting tool. Nothing seems to work. You feel as if you’re a bad parent so you isolate yourself.
And that leads to chaos in your home and feeling constantly overwhelmed. We don’t want that for you. Trauma-Informed Parenting has helped countless parents the tips, tools, and support they need to be the parent they need to be for their kiddos. Our courses and resources will work for you.
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Why Traditional Parenting Doesn’t Work (And What Does Work)
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