Susan teaches parents how to change their behavior to influence children to make better choices. Children learn responsibility and parents learn to trust their children to make good decisions when their (eventual) teens are 60 miles away going 60 miles an hour.
Will they be wearing a seatbelt? Going the speed limit? Are they sober and straight? Have they made good choices with friends? Have they made good choices around sexual intimacy? Do they use condoms every time?
Parents learn a proven method based on encouragement, family meetings, natural and logical consequences, chores and mutual respect. Download free tip sheets and get acquainted the Adlerian way and ignore the cacophony of conflicting parenting advice and stick to a positive parenting plan and maintain sanity.
Read her book, “Raising Able: How chores empower young people.”
More than one coaching client has said, “You’ve helped me more than the professional therapists.”Why? Because I’ve been in your shoes as a full-time homemaker and later on, working outside of the home and managing it from an office, cell phone in hand, leaving directions for what to start for dinner and where to drive baby sister after school.
I’ve had my own power-questing children and coached others on how to calm them down and offer a peace pipe. I give practical advice based on one consistent approach that will guide you and your family from newborn to new adults.
Need a speaker on positive parenting?
Susan’s interactive presentations focus on memorable stories and useful techniques on raising children, bully prevention, and healthy eating habits.
- To create a positive parenting plan using encouragement
- Chores empower children and counteract entitlement
- Healthy eating habits begin at home
- To use family meetings and encouragement to establish harmonious homes and classrooms
- To use natural and logical consequences instead of punishment and reward
- To empower victims to defuse bullies
For parents of teens and ‘tweens, learn how to teach:
- Teens to drive without driving yourself crazy
- Teens and ‘tweens anything by building a positive relationship
- Good independent decision-making when they’re 60 miles away and going 60 miles an hour.
Humor, storytelling and audience participation are integral to Susan’s laugh-and-learn speaking style. Her poignant stories drive home concepts that audience members will take away to create a positive family environment and empower children and teens to make good decisions. Audience members have often remarked, “Susan is a memorable speaker.”
All presentations are customized for each audience.
Contact Susan today to book a speaking engagement or workshop series.
Call 978-772-3930 978-772-3930 or by email at susan [at] susantordella [.] net.