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A Self-coaching Workshop on the Ontology of Parenting

Parents want their children to be happy, healthy, and successful in life. Becoming a better parent - the parent we want to be - is a learning process. This program addresses the essentials that parents must learn, and how to integrate what they learn in daily living.



We have children biologically. We BECOME parents through the day-to-day process of raising our children. Many  times we are not sure of what we are doing. Parents may learn from their mistakes as parents but is this effective parenting? Haphazard trial and error can be harmful for children.

Being a parent and taking care of children can be both a joy and challenge!

Children are not alike. Parents are not alike. When our families are in harmony and balance, our homes are a place of love for our children. Unfortunately, the beauty of having children sometimes turns ugly. At times there are other realities: angry families, intolerance,
disrespect, stifled communication, no control, and a frightening sense of distance or isolation. Most parents live in between these, somewhere in the middle.

Children come with no instruction manual. What we learn from books can be helpful but sometimes it is not enough. Sometimes parents are confused or unsure, and sometimes happy that all is or seems to be going well. Most parents are always intending to do their best. But our children deserve more than good intention. We must learn to raise ourselves as the most caring and effective parents possible!

In this workshop you will:

  • Learn the essentials of raising children.
  • Understand how to assess & guide yourself as a parent day-to-day.

  • Increase you ability to be effective in parenting.

  • Increase your belief in yourself as a parent.

  • Empower children to grow in balance and harmony within the family.

  • Manage difficult moments with trust and love.


For a complete list of workshop topics, please refer to the IPO Parent Coach Certificate Program.