Anna Lussenburg, commonly known as ‘Annie the Nanny’ spends her time solving all kinds of young children’s behaviour problems. Trained in England (NNEB) she has had 30 years experience in the field and has the exact same training as Jo Frost on Supernanny and Nanny Deb on Nanny 911. She started her behaviour intervention business in 2004 and since then she has been giving practical advice to families and dealing with everything from temper tantrums, to sleeping issues, to picky eaters and more, helping turn chaos in to calm. She’s featured in all kinds of media, including a regular CTV, appearances for Global and CBC and other print media, such as Today’s Parent, Calgary Herald and more. Describing herself as a keen study of human nature, she looks at why children display behaviour issues, how to fix them and how to stop them from showing up in the future. She’s also almost finished a book, which details her observations. Annie has both the skill set and experience to help parents deal with their child’s most challenging behaviours. She’s also a very happy mom of 3 grown up kids (well, last one in grade twelve).
What’s Annie’s philosophy?
In Annie’s view, parenting has become too confusing for parents. There is simply too much conflicting advice out there, leaving many parents unsure of what to do. You can read more on her thoughts in this article, the problem with parenting today. Annie helps parents understand what their child is really looking to them for and gives them the practical tools to provide it. Helping parents get the fundamentals right so they can give their children the foundation for a healthy future is her most important goal. She considers herself to have the best job in the world! For help with your parenting, visit Annie’s parenting services page.