Intentional Parenting Collaborative

Intentional Parenting Collaborative


NOTE: We will not have a meeting in July.

Wanting to unhook generational patterns in your interactions with others?

Does frustration outweigh the joy in parenting for you?

Does your parenting support system need a boost?

Join us for an evening of learning, collaborative problem solving and mindful practice in an interactive and supportive small-group environment. Gain more insight into your parenting style you’d like to adopt going further.


More details below. 

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Here’s a glimpse of your group experience:

  • Hearing mindful methods from your facilitators
  • Brainstorming solutions to difficult parent/child dynamics
  • Tools for your own personal evolution
  • Partnered listening exercises
  • Solution-oriented inner work

We invite you to bring:

  • Situation(s) of difficulty or frustation with your kids
  • Parenting topics you’d like us to cover
  • An open mind to exploring deep, self observations

NOTE: We will not have a meeting in July.

1st Wednesday of every month 
2111 Front St. NE Suite 2-201-E Salem, OR 97301 (Building 2)
RSVP through signing up here or text/call: Kim 503-409-2772

Our Key Intentions

  • Offer tools to (re)parent with self-awareness
  • Treat people with grace and love
  • Build community through learning and understanding

Your Facilitators:

Kim Holman

Kim’s journey in life started with childhood trauma for the first 13 years of her life. For many years she vowed to never have children, until one day it seemed like a great idea. She and her former husband decided to have 2 kids and ended up with 3, in 3 years.. :-)  Kim started having children at about age 30 and they’re now in their mid to late 20’s. Early on in her parenting experience, she realized her childhood trauma was interfering with raising children so she started going to counseling to get support in parenting them and navigating relationships. She ended up reparenting herself through this process. More recently in the last 2 years, she learned about doing parts work during her coaching certification and that’s when she learned how to turn pain into wisdom. This led her to wanting to share tools and information with others to support them in their own parenting journey(s).

Meg Judge

Meg is a mom of two young children and has a deep passion for helping people reflect and grow into the best version of themselves. She has experience with supporting all ages in determining life paths, deconstructing difficult situations and moving people in positive, productive directions. She has taught preschoolers, elementary school students, teenagers and adults in various capacities. Additionally, she has done extensive research on neuroscience, human motivation, child development and trauma. She is excited to assist others in identifying the connections between parenting children, experiences of being parented and reparenting ourselves.

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