Bestselling Author of Parenting Without Power Struggles
Susan Stiffelman, MFT
Recorded April 23 - June 4, 2014
An unprecedented opportunity to discover the proven parenting tools, practices and strategies to evolve your communication, deepen your connection – and bring out the very best in you and your child.
The moment your child is born, a host of changes are set in motion that will change your life forever. Most of them are extraordinary; as you hold your baby, you’re filled with awe at the miracle of life and joy – anticipating the incredible journey ahead.
And then years down the road – as you see your children graduate college or get married – you marvel at the journey you’ve been through, and the ways you’ve supported the beautiful adult they have become.
However, when you become a parent, you are also signing up for countless challenges and power struggles with your children (who may not always appear grateful for your efforts).
Parents (and other caregivers) often react in anger, frustration and guilt – and in the process, lose their connection with their hearts and spirits. In response, kids often resist, act out or withdraw even further. This is true whether your child is 3 years old or 33 years old!
Your own regular spiritual practice – along with your good intentions to parent consciously, with mindful awareness – may feel eclipsed by the daily struggles of your parenting routine. Your toddler has a meltdown every night before bed. Your 8-year old won’t turn off the iPad. Your teenager is turning to bad influences. Your adult child suffers through unemployment.
Sure, you love your kids and would do anything for them. But you are also human, and there are many times when parents feel confused and overwhelmed.
Losing your center is normal – but if it happens with greater frequency and intensity, it is a sign that you are ready to examine your pre-existing parenting beliefs and behaviors – and discover a new, transformative path!
With the Parenting as a Spiritual Path course, you will learn powerful insights and techniques for bringing more consciousness into your parenting – and discover how this is an amazing catalyst for your own growth and evolution, as well as for your children.
Remember the emergency protocol in an aircraft? You must first put on your own oxygen mask before placing it on your child. Similarly, you first need to learn how to bring awareness and mindfulness practices into your own life, so that you have the necessary skills available for raising joyful, resilient authentic children.
Through the Parenting as a Spiritual Path course, you’ll join a global community of conscious parents and discover down-to-earth techniques for raising kids who are more present and connected with their highest potentials – without the power struggles, tantrums, negotiations and other thieves of happiness that rob mothers and fathers of their ability to enjoy the sacred journey of parenthood.
Experience the transformative power of staying
calm, conscious and connected with your children –
guiding them to become more present, resourceful
and heart-centered adults.
To transform your pre-existing parenting patterns, it is essential to examine them with mindful awareness, non-judgmental curiosity and loving kindness.
When you bring a heart and spirit connection to your parenting life, you will discover you are more proactive and less reactive. When you manage your own reactions from a place of calm clarity, you give your child what they need most from you: a parent who reliably holds the role of a consistent, loving guide in their lives.
Parents are meant to function as their child’s best source of support, comfort and direction. Even though children are spiritual equals, they still need to feel that their parents are in charge – to lean on through the ups and the downs. But when children sense that their parents’ ability to be centered and confident is inconsistent or unsteady, they begin looking to their friends for more connection and direction.
So when you learn to stay grounded with clear intention – regardless of how your kids are behaving – you position yourself as the calm parent your children can respect and want to cooperate with. In strengthening your sacred connection, your kids naturally want to relate with you.
When you learn how to identify the particular triggers that cause you to lose your cool, you can begin taking manageable steps toward becoming the best version of your parenting self. Rather than scripting what you should say when things go wrong, you’ll learn specific ways to intuitively parent effectively – even in the heat of the moment. As you continue to offer children the loving and sane guidance they so desperately need, you continue to be the one they desire to share their worries and joys with.
From homework and bedtime to screen time and chores, the Parenting as a Spiritual Path course will help you apply heart and spirit to practical parenting situations. You will also learn how to keep frustration from turning into aggression, so your children develop the resilience they will need to navigate real life as confident, well-adjusted adults.
The more confident and centered you feel in your parenting abilities, the more you will enjoy your role and your time with your kids. Both you and your children will discover how to best share your unique gifts with the world – and shine as brightly as possible!
In the process, you’ll learn that you’ve been given the perfect child to help you grow, evolve and become a more conscious, loving being.
Susan Stiffelman is a globally-recognized authority on conscious parenting. She brings the insights of a psychotherapist together with the wisdom from her committed, spiritual journey – incorporating “in-the-trenches” experiences from her own parenting and work with thousands of children, teens and adults. You’ll find her a wise and illuminating guide into the next level of your own parenting skills.
What You’ll Discover in These 7 Sessions
Each teaching and training session will build harmoniously upon the next, so that you’ll develop a complete, holistic understanding of the practices, tools and principles you’ll need to experience Parenting as a Spiritual Path. Your child will experience a transformed parent who is more present, grounded and engaged – as well as light-hearted and fun.
And you’ll discover how to be a strong, centered, clear parent – expressing love consistently – while also navigating challenging dynamics and boundary-setting with greater ease.
Module 1: The Collision of Your Spiritual World and Real-Life Parenting (Recorded April 23)
For most, a key aspect of being "spiritual" is maintaining a sense of peace and equilibrium – however, raising kids is often anything but peaceful. It’s easy for your soul-powered ideals to collide with the realities of day-to-day life as a parent. You may lose your cool, bribe and threaten – even when you love your kids with all your heart.
- Learn how to take an honest look at your expectations for combining your spiritual path with parenting – and embrace loving kindness toward yourself when exploring the ways in which the daily realities differ from these aspirations.
- Discover techniques for embracing non-judgmental curiosity to effectively assess where you are in your own parenting journey.
- Uncover parenting patterns you inherited (and continue to this day), and learn specific ways to parent effectively – even in the heat of the moment.
- Identify the particular triggers that cause you to lose your center, and begin taking manageable steps toward becoming the best version of your parenting self.
- Discover the power of responding mindfully, instead of reacting.
- Create a clear vision of how you would like your parenting skills – and your connection to your children – to be transformed by the end of this course.
Module 2: Effective Tools for
“Captaining the Ship” (Recorded April 30)
Children need someone to be in charge; it comforts them to know that their parent can handle the “storms” of growing up as the calm captain of their ship – without leaping over the rails when the going gets tough. While your children are divine and spiritual beings in their own right, they still need their parent to fully inhabit the role of being the one in charge.
- Find out why it’s crucial to embrace hierarchical structures with love and awareness.
- Learn a simple way for determining whether you’re in charge as the “captain,” arguing or negotiating like “two lawyers” or threatening as the “dictator.”
- Find out how to be the captain of your child’s ship – confidently managing the calm AND stormy seas of raising kids, instead of controlling through bribes and threats.
- Discover how to come alongside, rather than at your child – to foster receptivity and cooperation.
- Uncover techniques for staying calm, cool, connected – and confidently in charge – even when your children push your buttons.
Module 3: The Child You Have is the
Very One You Need for Your Growth
and Evolution (Recorded May 7)
If you want to get a gauge on your spiritual practice, take a look at how you react when your daughter spills red juice on your new sofa, or your son refuses to turn off his laptop at 1:00am on a school night. You don’t have to compartmentalize the realities of parenting to further your spirituality. In fact, the very child you have is likely to offer you the perfect opportunities to grow and evolve.
- Learn about the “snapshot child” – and how to override the expectations you have for how your child should behave – in order to create a more harmonious family life.
- Explore how you treat your children – and yourself – when your child’s behavior is a mismatch with how you wish they would act or be.
- Discover how to celebrate the child you have, as is – mindfully moving through disappointment when necessary.
- Learn to embrace even the difficult moments as opportunities to learn and move through old issues.
- Connect to the ways parenting can be a blessed, divine experience – and catalyst for your greatest spiritual growth and evolution.
Module 4: Frustration as a Catalyst
for Growth (Recorded May 14)
Childhood is filled with frustrating moments. Your son would rather stay in bed than hustle to get out the door for school, or your daughter had her heart set on a friend coming over to play – but plans fell through. Rather than fixing your children’s upsets, what they really need are parents who can guide them to move through life’s inevitable disappointments – so they can grow into resilient adults. And while you’re helping your kids cope with frustration, you have the opportunity to learn ways to move through your own challenges.
- Explore what comes up for you when your children are sad, hurt, angry – or simply don’t like you very much.
- Learn how to help a child move from frustration to acceptance, rather than aggression.
- Develop mindful practices for staying present and grounded in the midst of a child’s emotional and/or physical “storm.”
- Discover techniques for helping your child experience and move through sadness and grief when life doesn’t go his or her way
Module 5: Raising Conscious, Caring, Connected Kids (Recorded May 21)
Most of us want to provide our children with the resources we may have not had when we set out on our own life path. While you can’t accompany your children throughout their adult lives, you can equip them with powerful tools and skills that will help them to avoid some of the pitfalls that could cause them to lose their way.
- Learn mindfulness strategies that are child and teen-friendly.
- Teach children to question thoughts and beliefs that foster stress, depression and anxiety.
- Learn to model positive behaviors, such as living with gratitude.
- Help children manage digital media–from content quality to time spent.
- Engage children in outdoor activities to combat Nature Deficit Disorder.
- Provide guidance so children learn to untangle complicated peer relationships.
- Discover techniques to help children develop true empathy and compassion.
- Teach children to listen, communicate in healthy ways and engage in difficult conversations.
Module 6: Feeling the Love: Fostering Deep Connection with Your Child (Recorded May 28)
Your heart opens when you feel seen, cherished and enjoyed–and the same is true for your children. One of the most precious gifts parenting gives you, is the chance to widen and deepen your capacity for love. As you learn to be more fully and frequently present and heart-centered in the interactions you have with your children, you provide them – and yourself – with profound experiences of love and joy.
- Learn how to fortify genuine and deep attachment with your child, regardless of his or her age, interests or temperament.
- Foster a sacred connection with your child, while creating a more harmonious family life and environment.
- Identify fragile elements and strengthen natural closeness with your child.
- Stay present to ways you sabotage moments of true connection.
- Heal patterns and limitations you may bring from insecurities and woundedness from your own childhood.
Module 7: Being Fully Present for the Ride (Recorded June 4)
It’s easy to get “lost to the list” as you move through your parenting day – focusing on the basics like getting your kids dressed and making sure homework is finished. But childhood is but a brief window of time – during which you get the chance to influence and love your children before they head off into their own separate lives. It’s important to remember how quickly the time passes, and to make the most of even the simple interactions and experiences that so deeply nourish you and your children.
- Learn to be present in the moment – for the good, the bad, and even the ugly.
- Find out how to set intentions that allow you to continue growing – and growing up.
- Discover the importance of making time and simply letting go to enjoy the sweet, unplanned moments of magic.
- Explore parenting as a mindful practice. From homework and bedtime to screen time and chores, you’ll learn new ideas for bringing spirit-centered awareness into practical parenting situations.
The Parenting Bonus Collection
In addition to Susan’s already outstanding 7-module training, you’ll also receive these powerful bonuses that are being offered to further complement what you’ll learn in the course and take your understanding and practice to an even deeper level.
Bonus #1: Top 3 Sessions from The Parenting with Presence Summit 2013
This collection of bonus audios are some of the highlights from the 2013 Parenting with Presence Summit hosted by Susan.
The Agreements for Parenting
Audio Training with don Miguel Ruiz, Gabriel Nossovitch and Susan Stiffelman
In this inspiring dialogue, don Miguel Ruiz and Gabriel Nossovitch join Susan for an inspiring look at how to apply the Four Agreements to parenting.
Some of the topics they’ll explore include:
- Learn how you can most effectively utilize the Four Agreements as part of your parenting practice.
- Discover why the agreement, “Don’t Make Assumptions,” is key to helping your children feel safe to express their truth.
- Explore the benefits of “Not Taking Things Personally,” when triggered by the challenges of parenting.
- Understand how your influence shapes the future lives of the children you raise-and the ways negative patterns impact them.
don Miguel Ruiz is the international bestselling author of a series of books including The Four Agreements, which has been over 7 years on The New York Times bestseller list and the 36th bestselling book of the decade. He has dedicated his life to sharing the wisdom of the ancient Toltec through his books, lectures, and journeys to sacred sites around the world. Other books include: The Mastery of Love, The Voice of Knowledge, Prayers, Beyond Fear and The Fifth Agreement, a collaboration with his son don Jose Ruiz.
Gabriel Nossovitch is the co-founder of several personal transformation companies throughout Latin America: ArgentinaWorks SA, in Buenos Aires, ChileWorks SA, in Santiago, and Worldworks Mexico, in Mexico City. He is the co-founder of WorldWorks Inc. in the United States. These organizations offer personal growth and transformational seminars and sponsor large scale community service projects aimed at raising awareness in underprivileged populations in the Americas. Mr. Nossovitch is currently the Chairman of the Board and the Director of Training for Worldworks Mexico and for The Nossovitch Group, a company dedicated to strengthening the leadership of successful corporations throughout the world.
Audio Training with John Gray and Susan Stiffelman
John Gray’s relationship expertise goes beyond intimate relationships. Many of the concepts he has discovered and refined in his work with men and women can be applied in parenting as well.
In this session John and Susan focus on the concept of Positive Reinforcement and the powerful impact it has on children. You will also:
- Learn how the “Five Messages of Positive Parenting” can benefit you and your kids.
- Discover how to foster a closer, more connected relationship with your children so that they naturally want to please you.
John Gray, Ph.D. is the best-selling relationship author of all time and the most trusted voice in relationships today. He is the author of 17 books, including The New York Times #1 Best-Selling Book, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. His 17 books have sold over 50 million copies in 50 different languages around the world. John is the leading internationally recognized expert in the fields of communication and relationships. His unique focus helps men and women better understand and respect their gender differences. John’s advice can be easily used to improve relationships at home and at work.
Big Risks and Big Rewards: Parenting In Partnership
Audio Training with Alison Armstrong and Susan Stiffelman
In this powerful dialogue, the designer of the wildly successful "Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women" series of workshops, Alison Armstrong, who is an expert in the realm of relationships shows how many of the core insights she teaches about intimate relationships can be applied in parent-child relationships as well. She’ll share many of them with you including:
- The "Illusion of Control”
- Encouraging independence
- Inventing your purpose as a parent
Alison Armstrong, author, educator, and designer of the wildly acclaimed "Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women" workshop series, poses the questions: "What if no one is misbehaving? What if there’s a good reason for everything men and women do?” She explores the differences in the ways we think, act and communicate. She offers simple, partnership strategies for men and women to improve their communication and intimacy by paying attention to when they talk, how they talk, and what they listen for. While many women bring out the worst in men – turning Princes into Frogs – Alison has spent two decades teaching women and men what they can do to bring out the best in each other.
Bonus #2: Soul Powered Parenting
Audio Training with Chris Attwood and Susan Stiffelman
So many of us have beautiful ideals for our parenting but when the rubber meets the road, it can be hard to bridge our aspirations into tangible action. How do we parent in a way that is powerfully connected to our ideals while grounded in solid day to day habits? How does our parenting become “soul-powered”? In this illuminating dialogue, Susan and Chris explore these issues and help you take your parenting to the next level.
Chris Attwood is co-author of the New York Times bestseller, The Passion Test: The Effortless Path to Discovering Your Life Purpose. He is an expert in the field of human consciousness and is also deeply grounded in the practical world of business.
Bonus #3: Higher Love: Learning to Love What’s Difficult in Your Child Audio Dialogue with Peggy O’Neill and Susan
In this powerful dialogue, Susan talks with Peggy O’Neill about parenting a “challenging” child. Whether the child is challenged or you are challenged dealing with your child, Peggy will provide powerful tools and skills to help you move through the difficulties with greater understanding, ease and love. Having triumphed over many challenges of being a “little person,” (standing 3’8”), Peggy has developed an expertise in celebrating her uniqueness, and teaches others to do the same, as well as to celebrate differences in others; two sides of the same coin, says Peggy. She believes differences and difficulties are here not to make us suffer, but to help us evolve into “bigger, better” human beings. Join us and see how dealing with a “challenging” child can elevate you into an even ‘higher love.’
From the soaring height of 3’8”, Peggy O’Neill has captivated audiences for over 10 years with her poignant message of triumphing over challenges, personal empowerment, and celebrating diversity. She will surely elevate your spirit with her zealous optimism, humorous disposition and encouraging demeanor.
Coming from the field of psychotherapy, Peggy inspires and enlightens the minds and hearts of people from all walks of life. Working with both groups and individuals, she uses insight, captivating storytelling, powerful questions and humor to support us all in breaking free from whatever holds us back, and from being truly magnificent, as we were all born to be. Peggy is the author of two books: Walking Tall and Little Squarehead, as well as the creator of many other “Empowerment Tools.”
Bonus #4: For the Sake of the Kids: “Conscious Uncoupling”: Principles and Practices of Co-operative Co-Parenting in the Aftermath of Divorce Audio dialogue with Susan and Katherine Woodward Thomas
Separation and divorce bring extra complexity to a family. In this important talk, Katherine will share her stories and strategies for navigating an “uncoupling” in a way that creates the minimal amount of stress and trauma for your children. When you consciously seek to minimize trauma for your children it has a wonderful side-effect of minimizing trauma for you!
Katherine Woodward Thomas is the author of the national bestseller Calling in “The One”: 7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life. She is a licensed psychotherapist, and a highly acclaimed transformative educator who has worked with over 100,000 people throughout the world in her live and virtual courses. She is the co-creator of the Calling in The One online course, creator of the Conscious Uncoupling 5 step process to recover from a breakup, and the co-founder of the Feminine Power Global Community, a thriving transformative learning community serving thousands of women worldwide.
What Thought Leaders Are Saying About Susan Stiffelman...
Susan Stiffelman shows parents how to create healthy, loving relationships with children, while helping them develop the resilience and authenticity that will serve them throughout their lives.
– Arianna Huffington, Founder of Huffingtonpost.com
Susan Stiffelman is full of heart and soul but firmly grounded in commonsense understanding. She makes parenting easier by bringing much needed support and guidance to help parents stay deeply connected to their kids.
– John Gray, Author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
Susan Stiffelman has created a wonderful parenting guide that offers practical methods for raising children, while nurturing their hearts and spirits. I’m confident that it will help parents and their children experience greater happiness in life.
– Marci Shimoff, NY Times best-selling author,
Love for No Reason and Happy for No Reason
[Susan] provides wise and creative ways for parents to skillfully support their children to develop their unique talents and gifts in such a way that you both will experience a rich, satisfying relationship for a lifetime.
– Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith,
Founder of Agape International Spiritual Center
Here’s What You’ll Receive
Seven 90-Minute Recorded Class Sessions with Susan Stiffelman
Experience a rare opportunity to mentor and learn with one of the world’s leading parenting coaches from the comfort of your own home. Each module helps you create the specific skills and abilities to step into more joyful, successful, conscious parenting.
Seven PDF Transcripts of Each Class Session
In addition to the high quality MP3 audios, you’ll also receive the entire class transcription in PDF format. This way you can review, print and highlight the most important insights and practices that you’ll learn.
Seven 'Key Teaching' PDFs for Each Class Session
In addition to the high quality MP3s and transcripts, you’ll also receive a full summary PDF of the key teaching points from each session. This way, you can review the most important insights and integrate them into your life quickly.
Exercises and Questions for Each Lesson
After each module you will then have the option to do related exercises and answer questions in order to accelerate your learning and integrate that lesson.
"Parenting with Presence" BONUS Collection
- Top 3 Sessions from The Parenting with Presence Summit 2013
- The Agreements for Parenting
Audio Training with don Miguel Ruiz, Gabriel Nossovitch and Susan Stiffelman
- Positive Reinforcement
Audio Training with John Gray and Susan Stiffelman
- Big Risks and Big Rewards: Parenting In Partnership
Audio Training with Alison Armstrong and Susan Stiffelman
- Soul Powered Parenting
Audio Training with Chris Attwood and Susan Stiffelman
- Higher Love: Learning to Love What’s Difficult in Your Child Audio Dialogue with Peggy O’Neill and Susan
- For the Sake of the Kids: “Conscious Uncoupling”: Principles and Practices of Co-operative Co-Parenting in the Aftermath of Divorce Audio dialogue with Susan and Katherine Woodward Thomas
We at The Shift Network feel deeply honored that Susan Stiffelman has chosen to partner with us on this exclusive online training. As you may know, this is a rare opportunity to learn directly from a master teacher who draws upon time-tested wisdom that’s impacted thousands of lives and connect with a global community of like minds and hearts who are doing this important and transformative work.
Through this powerful online format, you’ll not only save time and money on workshop costs (plus travel, accommodations and meals, which would cost thousands of dollars). But you’ll be able to benefit from Susan’s incredible teachings and exercises from the comfort of your home – at your own pace!
If you are serious about becoming the best parent you can be, you owe it to yourself, your loved ones and our world to take this one-of-a-kind training with Susan Stiffelman.
If you’re ready to take your parenting to a new level and have fun doing it, click the register button below to reserve your space now.
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More praise for Susan Stiffelman...
Susan is one of the most gifted and insightful family therapists I have ever come across, and my only regret is that I didn’t find her sooner...
– Laurie David, author of The Family Dinner and co-producer of An Inconvenient Truth
Susan’s work is brilliant....guidance for helping right-brained kids grow up feeling great about themselves...
– Thom Hartmann, author of Healing ADD and The Einstein Gene
Today’s parents are hungry to learn new strategies for raising their children with respect and understanding, yet they’ve been difficult to find until now. [Susan] gently guides parents into the uncharted waters of positive discipline, based on a loving relationship rather than punishment and rewards...
– Lysa Parker, Co-Founder, Attachment Parenting International, Co-Author, Attached at the Heart
[Susan] offers incredibly important and powerful tools for anyone who has relationships with children. Her methods work. As a preschool teacher and director for over 30 years, I learned more problem-solving tools...than I have in all my years of trial and error. Using Susan’s methods, children are more cooperative, lowering my stress level significantly...
– Shari Latta, Director, Children’s Creative Workshop
Hearing Susan’s talk really opened my eyes to the changes needed to keep the calm in our household. Practicing her suggestions with my teen has completely changed our relationship! People are still talking about her presentation and how much they learned from her. Thank you so much, Susan! We hope you come back to Paris very soon!
– Julia Geha, Marymount School, Paris, France
Thank you, Susan! I never got so many accolades for a speaker! The group REALLY enjoyed the information and did not want you to leave! I even had parents that missed it asking me for your information after hearing from their friends how interesting and informative it was! Thank you again!
– T. Neve, Parent Association President, United Nations International School, New York, New York
[Susan] has helped me shift my parenting style profoundly, resulting in more harmony in the home...It is a must for all parents who want to parent, as captain of the ship, from a place of deep love and connection versus control and manipulation...
– June Louks, Mother of 4 and author of Rawumptions Recipes
[Susan’s] talk was excellent: thought-provoking and challenging to the “traditional” view of treating the symptom of bad behavior versus the underlying cause. I was truly impressed with [her] knowledge, as well as [her] skill in creating a safe atmosphere in which parents could talk openly about their concerns. Brava!
– Len Leatherwood, PTA Council Coordinator, Beverly Hills, CA
Susan Stiffelman has a remarkable ability to explain the importance of being in charge, while remaining connected to your child. Her ideas are easy to implement and come from a deep understanding of the parent/child relationship.
– Josie Breger, Counselor, New Roads School, Los Angeles, CA
...Susan Stiffelman offers a ton of useful phrases and analogies for how to communicate productively. Her phrases are valuable tools for the parenting toolbox. I love the way she shares real situations about children and parents that she works with...
– Jennifer Krauss, Mother
About Susan Stiffelman
Susan Stiffelman, is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist, an educational therapist and a highly regarded parenting coach. She is also the Huffington Post’s weekly “Parent Coach” advice columnist. As you’ll hear during these sessions, Susan embodies a unique blend of psychotherapist, teacher, beloved auntie and down to earth mom.
Her book, Parenting Without Power Struggles: Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids While Staying Cool, Calm and Connected is based on her work with thousands of parents and children-from celebrities to everyday moms and pops.
Susan offers solid, rubber-meets-the-road advice that has been thoroughly tested on kids of all ages. Her approach focuses on helping parents manage their reactions regardless of how their kids are behaving – so they can position themselves as the calm, confident “captain of the ship” that children cooperate with, confide in, are comforted by and genuinely respect.
And finally, Susan is deeply committed to enjoying her life, living with appreciation and having fun. She has had a regular meditation practice since she was seventeen years old, and has always made the nourishment of her heart and soul the number one priority.
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