Parenting Empowerment Course

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Parenting Empowerment Course


50 in stock (can be backordered)

LIVE in-person course each week on Monday.
Dates: June 5th, 12, 19th, 26th, July 3, 10

Each weekly lesson (one per week) is 2.5 hours, 6-8:30 pm PDT
Live in-person up to 50 people.

Live Course includes:

  • Downloadable meditations
  • Handouts for each lesson
  • Tools for navigating everyday parenting and self-regulation
  • Six, 2-hour+ lessons, 6-week course (one per week)

More details below. 

50 in stock (can be backordered)


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Parenting our children and subsequently, re-parenting ourselves, is one of the most important ways to create change in this world. When we respond to the world from a place of authenticity and love, we can create what we want the world to embody – whether that be love, truth, dignity, etc. Society has lots of ‘how to’ methods on parenting but most are based in control and behavior management, not supporting the humanity or ourselves and our children. We believe the intention with which we parent informs our methods and this course is an examination into the patterns and goals of parenting.

Join us for this 6-week parenting course to empower your communication with the children, grandchildren, adult children in your life as well as your own inner child. ​You’ll learn skills and tools to have awareness and capacity to manage everyday parenting and self-regulation with the children in your lives.

This will be in-person in Salem, OR.  Next starting date is ​June 5, 2023.  Mondays 6-8:30 pm.


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Week 1 – Parenting Belief Systems, Styles and Methods
Week 2 – Anatomy of the Human (mental, emotional, spiritual)
Week 3 – Intro to Trauma
Week 4 – Listening – to yourself and others
Week 5 – Communication techniques
Week 6 – Balance and Wellness

Our intention is to give people the opportunity to learn and implement supportive tools and methods in the parenting of the children in their life AND the re-parenting of themselves so they can support themselves and their children (or others) in ways they desire rather than acting out of their upbringing.

This course is for parents, even parents of adult children; adults who work with children; adults who are open to learning how to re-parent themselves.

It will empower you to better know your human-self, therefore relating to others differently and more effectively. This would also be a great class for caregivers of all kinds to better know themselves and those they are caring for.

  • Do you desire to parent from a place of grace and compassion?
  • Do you desire to parent differently than how you were parented?
  • Are you interested in understanding the patterns and reasons that make parenting difficult?
  • Are you interested in intentional parenting?
  • Are you interested in examining your upbringing and understanding how it impacts your day to day life?

Here’s what participants are saying…

“The parenting empowerment course was surprisingly helpful even though I do not have kids of my own. It helped me to understand the importance of self regulation and how our brains are short circuited during a trauma response. The tools and practices given were immediately applicable in my life and helped me to deal with being triggered and how to support others in finding wellness in their nervous systems.”
Chris Michels

“I could see myself taking this class three times over the next ten years and getting something completely different out of it each time.”

Nicole R.

Taught and facilitated by:

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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