FREE 3-DAY PARENTING SUMMIT
APRIL 07-09, 2022
Strengthening Families Through Science Parenting Summit
Hosted by Dr. Taniesha Burke, Developmental Psychologist and Parent Coach
Parenting Solutions For Every Family
Don't Miss This Life-Changing Three-Day Summit
Yes, parenting is one of the most challenging jobs in the world! It's sometimes difficult to find the most trusted information on parenting. So we've invited the world's top parenting and child development experts to talk about parenting and family well-being. It's truly a cream-of-the-crop lineup of experts including Dr. John Gray (author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus), Dr. Mona Delahooke, Ned Johnson, and many more…
What You Can Expect To Learn From This Free online Event...
- How to manage challenging behaviors with kindness, respect, and compassion
- How to speak with children about sexual and mental health
- How to teach children healthy coping strategies and other life skills to reduce the effects of anxiety and stress
- How to support boys and girls to experience their full potential
- How to respectfully co-parent with an ex-spouse/partner
- How to build and maintain a thriving intimate relationship with your partner/spouse
Why Is This Summit Unique
The entire summit is streamed online so that you can view it in the comfort of your home or your desired destination on your preferred device. We will send you a daily email with links to enter the presentations.
During the summit, the presentations will be available for free to everyone for 25 hours. We want to ensure that you will have access to information beneficial to your family, no matter your circumstances. Continued access to the presentations will be available for purchase during and after the summit.
World Renowned Experts
Our speakers are renowned scientists, clinicians, bestselling authors, and coaches in parenting, child development, psychology, and personal development. They will share their latest research and best practices that have proven beneficial for children and families.
Our experts have dedicated their careers to study and share the latest research in psychology and child development. The information they share is grounded in scientific rigor.
Have you ever wanted to tune into a summit session but had an emergency? The interviews in the summit are available for free for 24 hours, and you can replay them as often as you wish.
Who Is This Summit For?
Parents & Caregivers
As a parent, you will learn discipline strategies that are respectful and effective. You will learn the latest child development and neuroscience research findings that you can adapt to your family needs.
Teachers & Administrators
As a teacher, you will learn ways to deepen your understanding of strategies to understand how the environment influences children's behavior. You will gain insight into how you can improve your classroom environment.
Therapist & Counsellors
As a counselor or therapist, you will gain insights into the latest research on how to support children's emotional, mental, and psychological needs.
How The Summit Works
Get Access To Content
When you register, you'll receive a welcome email with summit details. On each day of the summit, you'll receive an email with the access information.
Watch/Listen To The Experts
Watch/listen to the experts on demand
What Previous Attendees Are Saying
Thank you for gathering such important information and getting it to us. Thank you also for being so skilled at asking questions and reflecting what you hear, it is refreshing and comforting to see and hear such respectful interchange.
I am loving Rashelle Litchmore's talk.
Not that racism and other forms of discrimination are happening in schools, but that it's being talked about and showing that it's not the students but the system and biases which punish students and their families.
My notebook is about to get full!! I am almost taking word for word from the speakers. Last night too was profound on tech detox. I just discovered I am addicted and I need to walk the talk.
Loving this already -I'm in Perth, Australia. I've been scribbling away from Ross Greene's and Elaine Taylor-Klaus interviews. Loving it ! I'm hoping to catch the rest tomorrow.
Thank you! I cant wait to be able to use these strategies with families that I work with and make things easier for the child and family.
Thank you for putting together this summit. The speakers provided a wealth of information and tools I will be using with my children and students.
Taniesha Burke, PhD is excited to invite to our annual summit. She is "the brain" behind this online summit for parents and families. For many years Dr. Burke has been concerned about the inaccessibility of scientific findings on child development and parenting. The information is often locked behind paid academic journals, making it difficult for parents to integrate the results into their everyday life. The challenges of the COVID pandemic encouraged Dr. Burke to create the summit to translate evidence-based practices into relatable language for parents to support their children.
She is a Parent Coach, Certified Parent Educator, Developmental Psychologist and Researcher. Dr. Burke has over 10 years experience working with youths and families around the Caribbean, USA, Canada, and Germany. She holds a Ph.D. in Family Relations and Human Development from the University of Guelph, Canada, and undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology from the University of the West Indies (Jamaica). Dr. Burke has also completed training on the effects of trauma on child and adolescent development, the Adlerian Parenting Perspective, Second Step Program, and the Strengthening Families Program. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, she lives in Berlin, Germany, with her husband and two sons.
Each day's sessions will be released at 9 am CET that morning and expires at 10 am the following day. Video and audio will be at no cost for 25 hours.
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Thursday, April 07, 2022
Day 1: Parenting Solutions For Challenging Behaviors & Neuro-Divergent Children
Brain-Body Parenting: How To Stop Managing Behavior and Start Raising Resilient Kids
Mona Delahooke, PhD
How Maya, Inuit, and Hadzabe Families Parent Cooperative, Successful, Emotionally Intelligent Children and Teens
Michaeleen Doucleff, PhD
Being There for Our Children: Attachment Strategies for Building Healthy Relationships in Early Childhood and Adolescence.
Erica Komisar, LCSW
What Do You Say? How to Talk with Kids to Build Motivation, Stress Tolerance, and Confidence
Parenting And Empowering Neuro-Divergent Children
Debbie Reber, MA
How To Parent Children To Be Empathetic, Kind, And Respectful
Friday, April 08, 2022
Day 2: Health Issues In Children and Teens
Fostering Leadership Skills In Girls
Beth Cooper Benjamin, EdD
Parenting The New Teen In The Age Of Anxiety
John Duffy, PhD
Coping Skills Children and Teens Need To Manage Stress and Anxiety
Janine Halloran, LMHC
It's Perfectly Normal: What Every Child and Teen Need To Learn about Their Body
Robie H. Harris
How To Talk To Children And Teens About Sex and Sexuality
Amy Lang, MA
Boys Adrift: Factors That Contribute To Boys' Failure, Underachievement, and Demotivation
Leonard Sax, PhD, MD
Saturday, April 09, 2022
Day 3: Self-Care: Navigating Unexpected Changes, Marriage, And Co-Parenting
Parental Alienation: Co-Parenting With A Toxic Ex
Amy J.L. Baker, PhD
The Keys To Respectful Co-Parenting After Separation Or Divorce
Karen Bonnell, MS
Navigating Single Parenthood With Ease And Grace
Taniesha Burke, PhD
The Effects of Stress And Hormones On The Quality Of A Marriage/Relationship After Having Children
John Gray PhD
Practising Psychological Flexibility To Overcome Parental Burnout, Perfectionism, And Unhealthy Striving
Diana Hill, PhD