Conversations We All Should Have



      The following courses are for a one month commitment. The course consists of four conversations, one a week. We will determine your unique circumstances and establish new ways for you to practice and implement methods for positive change. Only with recognition can we begin to improve upon a situation and only when we accept responsibility for that change, our fault or not, can we begin to make things better. This is true whether the problem is because of us or others, it’s up to us to be the change.


To be good at or improve anything we need


  • Knowledge and skill

  • Methodology for skill development / practice, Realization of the need to improve through formal intentional learning

  • Belief in self, self efficacy

  • Support


Conversations About Parenting

Conversations About Bullying

Conversations About Stress

Conversations About Depression

     The greatest contributor to a child's future success and happiness is the way families interact and communicate and how often they do so. The simplest way for a parent to better the family is to better themselves. If you wish to seek out and learn more about being a parent this course is a good beginning. Give us a call so we can discuss how you might improve your relationship with your children. 

Having difficulty dealing with the bully mindset. Learn to understand the way a bully thinks and how to properly confront them. Learn how you might be vulnerable to a bullies attacks and change the way others perceive you or your child.  

     We all have stress. Sometimes stress can become overwhelming and difficult to cope with. This course offers knowledge and methodology for relieving stress and learning to reconize and reduce stress in the future.

Depression is a normal feeling but can also become unbalanced. When this occurs it is often necessary to get assistance to help and support you. Thoughts can become negative and difficult to alter. Changing our thoughts requires conversation and time. Depending on the degree of depression we can offer you support and guidance. Contact us so we may have a discussion to determine if we can assist you in regaining control of your mind. 

Conversations About Anger

Anger can be a useful tool when used properly. When anger begins to become a standard reaction, we need help. Let's discover why you or your child is angry. Then we can introduce new ways of doing things to understand and reduce the need to be angry.  If you need anger to be in control, your anger is in control of you. Contact us and let's have a conversation.