The Introspective Parent believes that parenting is a lifelong journey. With courses, group mentor sessions, monthly memberships and parenting resources, they offer parents the tools and support they need to create stronger connections with their children. The Introspective Parent will guide you on a journey of reflection and self-awareness to support more connected relationships with your children.
The Introspective Parent
- Build mindful and positive connections with your children through education and mentoring
- Learn how to understand their own values and experiences and how your influence their parenting approach
- Enhance your family’s emotional competence and prevent behaviour problems through evidence-based programs
- The mini membership is an affordable and flexible option for parents exploring reflective parenting
The Introspective Parent’s mini membership is designed for parents who may not be ready to commit to a structured parenting course but still want to build their parenting skills. The materials are designed to be completed at your own pace, allowing you to work through each month’s content in your own time. The mini membership includes a monthly reflective journal and workbook, activities and short educational videos focusing on new topics each month to build parenting awareness, strategies and skills. Additionally, the membership includes worksheets for children and conversation prompts to facilitate parent-child communication. The mini membership provides an accessible and flexible option for busy parents to build their parenting skills and enhance their relationships with their children through the power of reflection.
Four-week group mentor program
The four-week group mentor program focuses on you! Assisting you to explore your own experiences, values and beliefs and how these may impact your parenting. Their experienced mentors will guide you through a transformative journey of self-reflection with the support of a community of like-minded parents. Parents receive a workbook with reflections and activities to complete each week before attending a weekly online session with peers where you will gain valuable insights, discover new approaches to parenting and discover the person and the parent you are and want to be.
One to One sessions
The Introspective Parent one-to-one parent mentor sessions provide personalised guidance and support for parents who want to develop their parenting skills and deepen their connection with their children. Their experienced mentors will work with you one-to-one to explore your unique parenting challenges, help you gain valuable insights into your parenting style, and provide practical tools and strategies to support you in building more meaningful relationships with your children.
Bringing up great kids
The award-winning Bringing Up Great Kids program has helped over 50,000 parents build mindful and positive relationships with their children and The Introspective Parent is proud to be facilitating this program in 2023. With six chapters delivered over six weeks and 12 hours of education, worksheets, tools, activities, and resources, you will gain a better understanding of your child’s brain development and your parenting style. Bringing Up Great Kids encourages reflective and mindful parenting approaches, supports positive communication, and respectful interactions between you and your children. Past participants have reported less conflict and positive changes in their family environments, including greater family unity.
“I cannot recommend the 1:1 parent mentor sessions enough! I participated in three sessions and each on was incredibly eye-opening. My mentor April guided me to reflect on my own experiences as a child which helped me gain a deeper understanding of my own parenting style and approach. The sessions felt personalised and effective and provided me with practical tools and strategies I could use in my parenting straight away. What I appreciate most about these sessions was the non-judgmental and supportive environment April created. I felt safe to be vulnerable about my struggles as a parent and April provided me with guidance and encouragement to help me grow. Participating in these mentor sessions was one of the best decisions I’ve made as a parent. I feel more confident and equipped to handle the challenges that come with raising a child”. – Emma D
“I would encourage any parent who is looking to become more self aware and reflective in their parenting to participate in these mentor sessions. The benefits of taking time to reflect are enormous and I am grateful to my mentor for helping me realise this”. – Lisa H
“Participating in the beta group of the four week group program was an incredible experience. I can honestly say it has transformed the way I approach and interact with my children. The group was well designed and thoughtfully delivered with each week building on the previous one. The group discussions were incredibly valuable in helping me connect with other parents who were going through the same process”. – Jess P
“Overall I would highly recommend The Introspective Parent group program to any parent who is seeking a greater sense of self in their parenting. Being part of a peer group was an incredibly powerful part of the program. Connecting with other parents who were going through similar experiences provided a sense of validation and support that I didn’t even know I needed. I am grateful for the opportunity to have been part of such a supportive and inspiring community of parents”. – Morgan S
pment and your parenting style. Bringing Up Great Kids encourages reflective and mindful parenting approaches, supports positive communication, and respectful interactions between you and your children. Past participants have reported less conflict and positive changes in their family environments, including greater family unity.
How you can find out more
The Introspective Parent is facilitating The Bringing Up Great Kids program via Zoom online and in face-to-face classroom settings on the Gold Coast QLD.
All professionals involved with training and group facilitation have extensive experience working with children and families in various capacities (social workers, family case managers).
To find out more visit the: theintrospectiveparent.com