Do you want to raise happy children? Parent the Danish way (online course)

What you’ll learn on the course:

Becoming aware of the community and HYGGE’S value – what brings you together as a family. Only in this way can you learn to prioritize time with your children.

You will be able to paraphrase defining and negative thoughts and habits into more positive ones. Through pure grips, you will get different approaches that you can use for both you and your child.

You will learn how to be brave enough to be you. Be the authentic version of yourself so that you can teach your child the same. Authenticity is the key to a happy life.

You will understand better why play is more necessary in your child’s life than ever before. You will learn that if your child won’t get the opportunity to digest everyday impressions. Or turn knowledge into its own life, through free play, all of their learning will be of no value.

The meaning of empathy. Why it is essential to be able to check-in with another person, to understand yourself and the other person, that empathy is vital to building strong bonds.

That there is a powerful and gentle way to deal with conflicts – while maintaining your authority and taking control as a parent while showing respect.

For more information on each section or to enroll, look here

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Iben Sandahl

Iben Sandahl comes from Denmark and is an internationally-renowned public speaker, best-selling author, psychotherapist and educator. She has more than 20 years of experienced insight into child psychology and education, which in a most natural way anchor the Danish way of practicing parenthood. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Salon, El Païs, Reader’s Digest, Greater Good Science, Elle and many more - and her main mission is to help parents raise happy and confident children. She writes for Psychology Today (https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/experts/iben-sandahl ) and leads an European Erasmus financed project on how to implement empathy in schools and institutions all over Europe.

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