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Invest in your family to build a strong foundation-getting these basic skills right are guaranteed to improve all the other issues in your home! Sessions include: How to Stay Calm in Any Situation, Teach Kids to Follow Instructions, Consequences that Really Work, and Teaching Character and Self-Control.
Two Hour Workshops are a fantastic option for a quick training to get you specific results. These provide specialized training in areas such as anger management for parents and kids, helping kids with anxiety, sibling rivalry, increasing cooperation at home, and teaching kids responsibility.
Finally, real help with practical tips and advice, comes to you! I make house calls! Whether in person or online, I’ll work with your family to create a customized plan, and then we meet again to make sure it’s working! Solutions that work, with accountability and encouragement along the way!
Here are a few faith based devotions to try with the kids. All you need is a bag of marshmallows!
It’s cold and dreary, and our house has been kind of miserable lately. I mean, honestly, I haven’t been a very fun mom. When this happens I try and think of creative ways to bust out of the habit of negativity. Because really, complaining about things I don’t like isn’t really working. So here’s my […]
Episode 4: Hard Kids This podcast episode is for every parent who struggles. Encouragement to not give up, to look for ways to reach your child’s heart even when you want to sit on your steps and cry. If you haven’t already, why don’t you set aside one hour of your time to enjoy my […]
Mixed Feelings: You probably deal with this every single day! I want to help you reach the hearts of your kids. This episode gives insight into “mixed feelings”, what it means and how to use it to help our kids through fear and anxiety. Has this podcast helped you in any way? I’d love to hear […]
If you are an imperfect parent that struggles to stay calm- Welcome!
This material was created by a mom in the trenches, and it works!
You’ll find encouragement and support to reach the hearts of your kids, faith based tools that you can use to teach character, and discipline techniques that help your children want to do the right thing!
A lot of parental frustration comes from a fear of not knowing what to do. Learn some new skills by attending a live or online class, and through the free podcast. Many families prefer private coaching to create the strong united family you’ve always wanted.
You’re not here by accident! Parenting is tough- but God gave you your kids, and you are the best parent for the job. You’ve got this!
We’ve done other parenting classes over the years and they were good, they were ten and thirteen sessions each. But even just the bit that we were able to hear from this one, this is by far the most practical, straight to the heart. Absolutely Love it! Thank you so much.Marji Thiessen
Our experience with private parent coaching with Jenn was incredible. She makes you feel so comfortable and she is so relatable. Her approach is practical, manageable and empowering. She gave us real life exercises and strategies that were easy to incorporate into our busy schedules and produced real results fast. She brought harmony and accountability to our home! The activities she had for our daughter were age appropriate and relevant to what she was struggling with. I would highly recommend Jenn to not only families who are struggling but every family who wants to fine tune and create more peace and structure in their home!Jennifer Fox
Hi, I had the privilege of attending your presentation at the SHBE convention this weekend and LOVED it, thank you. Since we don’t live in Regina, do you ever do podcasts or anything like that as I would love to learn more about your methods as they have been implemented in our home already! Thank you once again.Maria Hoogenboom