Whether your children are going back to school or you have to start another year of remote learning – starting a new school year while a global pandemic is still forcing us to use strict precautions is not easy. Your children, and you as well, may suffer from worries and anxiety, trouble with changing your daily routine, or just trying to figure our how to not get crazy with all that is going on.
Well, worry not. I have reached out to a couple of parenting experts and asked each one of them to give you one piece of advice on how you can make this year better both for you and your children.
Eran Katz – a clinical psychologist and parenting counselor specializing in attachment theory. He's also the father of two children who are his best parenting teachers, and the creator of this site.
Sarah Rosensweet is a certified peaceful parenting coach, speaker, and educator, and the parenting advice columnist for Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper. She lives in Toronto with her husband and three big kids.
Lynn Jimenez is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, yoga instructor, and a Mom. Her work is centered on helping parents develop the tools to teach their kids about feelings and behaviors.
Katherine Endy, The Family Life Coach, is a parenting researcher, educator, and coach. Katherine is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years’ experience working children and families. She is also the founder of The Family Life Coach, offering individual and group parent coaching services to parents of young children.
Christopher Hanlon is passionate husband, father, teacher and Co Founder of A Dads Presence. He is dedicated to creating personal and generational transformation on the planet by empowering men to consciously embrace their importance as fathers.
Amy Webb, Ph.D. is a child development blogger and mom of two young boys. She believes the value of child development research is not to tell us the “right” or “wrong” way to parent but to see our children with a new lens.
Bree Lee is a mother of two happy children. She has a BA in communications. She runs a parenting group on Facebook called Positive Parenting which caters to the more current and modern philosophies of parenting.
Lisa Honold is a cyber safety expert who helps families stop fighting over screen time so they can get back to having fun together.
Lisa's work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and she presents her workshops to parent groups, community centers and school districts.
Rachel Duffy is a Conscious Parenting coach. She works with parents to help them uncover and then reprogram their limiting beliefs, behavioral patterns and conditioning that are causing them to lose patience, yell, feel guilty and be ineffective at parenting.
Sandi Schwartz is a science writer, positive psychology and environmental expert, and mom blogger who wants to help you raise happy, balanced children. Sandi is the writer behind the blog Happy Science Mom, a toolkit for raising happy, balanced children.
Dr. Ari Yares is a licensed psychologist, former Jewish day school principal, and father of four. He has more than fifteen years of professional experience working with parents and children facing learning, behavioral, and emotional challenges.
Dr. Mary Wilde a pediatrician, author, and mom of 8. She is the owner of Imagine Pediatrics Behavioral Health and Wellness in Southern Utah and utilizes the best in modern medicine while embracing complementary, integrative solutions.
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