Repair After Rupture
How to Restore Connection with Kids After Parental Mistakes or Meltdowns
Yup, parents have meltdowns too right?
✔️ Have you been there? A parenting moment gone wrong? The guilt, maybe even shame... Moving into repair after rupture is critical for creating connection with our children and shifting our internal experience.
✔️ Ever find yourself yelling at your kids and then wishing you hadn't? Want to learn the 5 “I’s” for handling mistakes that your kids can use too?
✔️ Do you want a proven framework for Repair Success built on the values of Accountability, Self-Responsibility, and Leadership?
✔️ Need step-by-step guidance with scripts you can use when you really don't know where to start and what to say after a parenting misstep?
✔️ Want to know how to identify and understand CORE human needs and communicate them effectively? (Works for spousal relationships too!)
✔️ Did you grow up in a family where there wasn't any repair - it was swept under the rug? This workshop is right for you if you want to interrupt intergenerational patterns.
(Parents can also guide their children in using the information from this workshop for their own mistakes and meltdowns)
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Limited time only.
2 Separate LIVE online Sessions at 75 minutes each.
Dec 3rd & 4th, 2022 at 1:00pm MST (both days)
(12pm PST, 3:00pm EST)
Video replay available after the event
Core Human Needs Checklist
Repair Success Framework
The 5 I's for Handling Mistakes for Kids (& the whole family).
Practice Time in breakout sessions.
Q & A segments
Suitable for families with kids aged 2+
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Rupture is a break in connection.
Repair is like filling in the crack with gold.
Research indicates that “The repair of difficult parent-child interactions is a marker of healthy functioning.” (i)
“Repairing ruptures is the most essential thing in parenting,” says UCLA neuropsychiatrist Dan Siegel. (ii)
The Gottman Institute indicates that “No matter what strategies you choose, it is absolutely critical that you master the art of making and receiving repair attempts.”(iii)
And yet, can you remember when / if your parents EVER apologized to you when you were a kid yourself? How we were parented deeply impacts our parenting life and our relationships today. Did we acquire the tools, strategies and language for repairing with our own children today? If you were like me, you might not have had the tools and didn't know how to overcome the challenge of parenting missteps and went straight into self-beat-up mode...
Now, you can be empowered and get the tools in this workshop!
As busy adults who are already feeling spent, it can be confusing to figure out how to repair in different contexts and situations, or even to find the right words to use. Even when we have the right words, we might feel like we could never use those words… Learn how and why this happens to us and what we can do about it.
Who is this for?
Parents who are on the path towards ‘Conscious Parenting’ / ‘Gentle Parenting’ and seeking specific support and tools to help them navigate the tough parenting journey.
Parents who find themselves yelling, threatening, punishing, or at a loss about what to do after a misstep, and feel guilt or shame afterward and don't know how to stop the cycle.
Parents seeking to break intergenerational patterns that they themselves experienced as children and don’t wish to repeat with their own kids.
Parents who are open to using solid frameworks and step-by-step guidance.
BETA TESTING PHASE – DISCOUNT PRICING APPLIES. This workshop is currently in the Beta Testing phase to see how well it’s received by audiences, and thus your access to the workshop is being offered at a very discounted investment of only $19.00 CAD.
Who is Ashley Anjilien Kumar?
She goes by “The Confidence Coach” and resides in Canada with her two amazing kids and husband. For the last 22 years, Ashley has worked with kids and parents.
“As a Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence Coach for kids and Master Parenting Coach, I help families create cohesive, connected and expressive teams where the primary focus is to help kids gain sensational self-confidence and soaring self-esteem while helping parents overcome hurdles that prevent them from achieving the supportive and peaceful family system they desire. For kids, I use a 6 step system rooted in story-telling and multi-sensory learning to go from disempowered, disengaged and unmotivated to self-empowered, self-connected and self-motivated.
With parents, I have unique 13 step approach that allows us to unearth subconscious parenting patterns that play a role in the family’s challenges and shift them so that parents can grow into conscious, confident and empowered family leaders with the help of support, tools and strategies.” – Ashley Anjlien Kumar
She is the author of 3 books, an internationally recognized speaker and coach, and workshop facilitator.
She carries several certifications and is well-recognized for her work: Certified Wisdom™ Coach, Certified Master Parent Coach, Somatic Trauma Therapy Practitioner, SEL Facilitator, Trauma-Informed Educator, Trauma-Educated RYT200.
When she’s not working, she’s spending time with her kids, studying and researching more about human development, or enjoying yoga, dance and cultural experiences.
What I enjoyed the most was the real life examples, step by step mindset tips and all the amazing resource worksheets. Something profound I learned was that if we miss out on a repair attempt, we could miss out on our child sharing why they behaved in a certain way. Very enjoyable workshop, approachable and she's easy to converse with. Appreciate how knowledgeable Ashley is.
- Real Parent (chosen to remain anonymous)
Ashley is incredibly gifted in her ability to connect with children. She offers advanced personal growth topics to children in a way they can fully understand, integrate and have FUN with! She brings so much passion and enthusiasm to every interaction, and easily inspires kids to both embrace and embody her brilliant teachings.
She holds loving, supportive space for the expansion of the entire family system. I am so grateful for her impact on our world and highly recommend her as a coach, teacher and mentor!"
-Toni Harris, Mother of an 8 year old one-on-one coaching participant.
Thank you for your workshop. Lots of tools are available, and I appreciate the empathetic nature to onboard me with what I was trying to explain, and giving some possible tools to help me. Having some of these solutions in front of me right away helps. I also appreciate some of the examples you provided.
- Nelson Teixeira, Father of 3 kids, Canada