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Play the above video to see what my actual clients think of working with me. The above film was made by my sons (Astros Media) so thank you to them and everyone that appeared in the film.

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Personal, private and confidential consulting service that offers parents the keys to both solving children's challenging behaviour and preventing it. With two packages to choose from you can be guaranteed you'll find the support you need...

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Designed for groups. In person and/or Skype workshops for parent, community and business groups teaching parents how to banish challenging behaviours with solutions to picky eating, temper tantrums, sleeping issues and so much more...

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Child Centered Parenting Doesn’t Work.

Child Centered Parenting Doesn’t Work.

I have a great job, though sometimes I have to confess to feeling as though I’m swimming up stream.  The prevailing parenting style du jour is child centered.  It may sound unusual for a parenting professional to come right out and say that child centered parenting doesn’t work, but it doesn’t and I’ll tell you […]

How to Build Climate Change Resilience in Children

How to Build Climate Change Resilience in Children

Take a look at this lettuce.  Growing against all odds in a less than easy environment.  If you want to learn how to build climate change resilience in children, then you need to teach your children the skills necessary to adapt and thrive in what looks to be an increasingly hostile world.  We’ve all had […]

These parents need to get their act together!

These parents need to get their act together!

Hi Annie, Our niece Kaitlyn is about 3 1/2 years old and her parents need to get their act together. She runs the show. Kaitlyn tells her mom and dad what to do.  She wants nothing to do with anyone unless she can be the boss; she does not respond to questions from adults (gets […]

Why Kids Need Downtime

Why Kids Need Downtime

I don’t know about you, but when the days get longer, I can’t help but enjoy what it means for the children. It’s a time to hang out and just have fun in the sun after the confines of our cold, rainy, or snowy winter, depending, of course, on where you live. As we start […]

Anna Lussenburg