How the course is structured
The workshop is broken into three sections to help you get the most out of the tools we teach you:
The first week sets the stage for what’s to come and helps you set a baseline for where you are as a parent, and what your goals are for the future. Past participants have found this week to be an important first step that forces them to explore some challenging questions about their parenting and their family dynamics.
If you parent with a partner, this week also helps put the two of you on the same page about what you want to get out of the course, and what you need to make it work for both of you.
Weeks 2 - 7
During the next six weeks, we’ll explore the models with the broadest application to parenting—the ones that do most of the heavy lifting in a wide range of scenarios and circumstances. We’ll dive deep into one model per week. The models we’ve chosen come from a range of disciplines, but you don’t need technical knowledge to understand them.
With each new model, you’ll get helpful videos, worksheets, reflection exercises and fun family activities. These will help you understand exactly how the model applies to parenting, and shows you how to use it for practical purposes, not just in theory.
The goal of the final week is to help you gather the insights you discovered throughout the workshop and integrate them into habits so these models become a permanent part of your everyday thinking and behavior. We don’t want you to lose the gains you made during the course!
We have designed this final week to help you get comfortable using the models, so that when you are faced with challenges, you have a powerful toolkit to draw on to find solutions that work for your family.