In this Masterclass you'll learn how to
Stay calm when your child digs his heels in or has a tantrum
You don't have to be 'strict' or give in to kids' demands. You'll learn how you can be gentle and firm at the same time!
Get kids to do what you've asked without a fight
Instead of being faced with a child who refuses to get dressed, shouts 'no', or runs off when it is time to leave the park, I'll show you how to get them to cooperate and stay positive.
Connect with your child to help them to avoid over-reacting
Next time you see a meltdown brewing, you'll know how to deal with it AND feel connected with your child. You'll help them to be able to regulate their emotions and verbalise how they feel.
Does this sound like you?
When your child has a tantrum you feel powerless and think - 'how am I supposed to handle this?'
Even though you're a caring, devoted parent, you get exasperated when your child screams at you or hits out.
When your child says 'NO! I won't!' you feel stuck but know that getting into a fight only makes it worse.
You want to handle your child more positively and you want to 'future-proof' your relationship to keep you connected.
Save your seat for this FREE Masterclass
and learn a new way of responding.Register now!
I don't know about you, but I think that being a parent is the hardest job in the world.
That's why I've created this FREE Masterclass.
I'm passionate about my work that has reached 1000s of parents over the years and I've been privileged to help them transform their family life.
So save your seat today!
In case you needed convincing 😁 - here's a short personal invitation video for you
A couple of testimonials
Camilla's masterclass was a breath of fresh air. We'd been looking for someone who could show us the approach to parenting that we'd always wanted but never achieved. Don't miss it!
Mother of 2 and hairstylist
Parenting Olivia was really pretty easy, bar the odd moment. We were so taken aback when our son Jack came along as he was so much harder to manage. Camilla's masterclass was so helpful, she absolutely knows what she's talking about - and she's so non-judgemental.
Fiona and James
Parents of Jack and Olivia