Raising Our Gifted Children with Sara Troy and her guests Patti Ashley and Elizabeth Ashley Herman, on air from September
Parenting in Times of Uncertainty
What is the biggest challenge for parents today?
How does a parent help children manage all the feelings they may be having during these uncertain times?
When parents are in a state of overwhelming because of the multitude of responsibilities, how can they find peace of mind and self-confidence?
What can parents do when their own “well of patience” runs dry? What is the best way to help children understand COVID and handle any fears they might be having?
How do you explain to death to children?
Elizabeth is a school psychologist, behavior specialist, parent educator, and mother of two young children. Through her personal and professional experience, she has learned that parenting is the hardest and most important thing we will ever do. It takes a physical, mental, and spiritual toll. We choose whether that journey tears us down or lifts us up to become a better version of ourselves. Some days it may do a little of both. When we show up and connect with our children in an authentic way, we are laying the foundation for a lifetime of meaningful connection. Elizabeth works with parents of young children who want to feel more confident in their parenting. She offers individual and group parenting support through virtual and in-person workshops and one on one parent coaching.
Dr. Patti Ashley. Psychotherapist, best selling author and international speaker Patti Ashley, Ph.D., LPC brings unique insight to the identification and treatment of trauma, shame, grief, and dysfunctional family patterns. Her signature Authenticity Architecture model creates long-term changes in the brain and central nervous system, breaking through ingrained barriers to personal freedom and authentic growth, and excavating the truth of self-love, belonging, and connection.
With over 35 years of experience, Dr. Ashley has counseled myriad individuals, couples, families and groups in mental health agencies, psychiatric hospitals, and private practice settings. She is also responsible for having developed and taught continuing education courses for physicians, hospital wellness programs, universities, and several private organizations.
Patti holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the Union Institute and University. She is the author of Living in the Shadow of the Too-Good Mother Archetype (2014), Letters to Freedom (2019) and the upcoming Shame-Informed Therapy: The Art and Architecture of Reconstructing the Authentic Self (scheduled for release July 7th 2020).
Courses and curriculum available, please visit https://authenticityarchitects.thinkific.com