Hello Stress-free parenting: a Lifestyle shift for parents
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Hello Stress-free parenting: a Lifestyle shift for parents

An Extensive Guide to Stress Free Parenting for Parents who Want to Radically Transform their Parent-Child Relationships
4.4 (56 ratings)
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417 students enrolled
Created by Coach Hall SFC
Last updated 1/2020
English
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This course includes
  • 13.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 113 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Effectively Parent in a way that is most healthy & beneficial to the both parent & child
  • An Understanding of the processes that cause behavior
  • Have tools and skills to deal with conflict and relationship issues
  • Have a plan in place that will reduce or eliminates future emotional outburst and negative feelings
  • A logical and human process that enables an environment of ideal family dynamics
  • A support system in place to help with the challenges of parenting
  • You will be able to communicate to your child in a way that they best understand
  • You be able to understand your child in the way that they best communicate.
Requirements
  • Student should be ready to take notes and do assignments to help with implementing the knowledge available in this course.
  • Student should be open to change and get ready for the change that will occur with this course
  • Students need to be as honest as possible with the questions and answers.
  • Students need to know that change will take time and it requires work and patients
Description

Being a parent is often one of the most rewarding and challenging stages we can go through in life. While some parents are fortunate to have strong family support networks in place, other parents can find parenting to be stressful, isolating, and sometimes even chaotic.

Parenthood is a job like no other. Yes, there can be countless beautiful, rewarding and fulfilling moments, but there are also those occasions when we find ourselves becoming frustrated, confused, enraged, saddened, overwhelmed and completely stressed out. We, in essence adopt a stress-filled lifestyle. We feel rushed, agitated, harassed and unsupported. We will use some sort of method that becomes part of the family lifestyle. Perhaps one the appears one way in public while at home is very different.  A get-by false front kind of lifestyle. A just to do this takes work.

Parenting is the most under-appreciated job of all time. It's also one of those few stages of life where we can receive little or no training for.

If you have ever found yourself overwhelmed, stressed or in need of some practical parenting advice for navigating your way through the highs and lows of family life, Hello Stress-free parenting: a Lifestyle shift for parents, is here to support you and to help you build a strong relationship with your child, whatever their age.

Hello Stress-free parenting: a Lifestyle shift for parents will give you a foundational understanding of human and child development. It offers an easy-to-follow framework that you can act immediately to achieve the short and long-term family results that you hope for.


Throughout this comprehensive training, we will explore how to:

  • Develop your child's motivation, co-operation, and confidence

  • Make home life more harmonious & reduce stressful moments

  • Improve your emotional connection with children/family members

  • How to respond constructively to unwanted behaviors & attitudes

  • How to formulate, communicate & follow through on rules consistently

  • Develop skills for fostering independence and healthy lifestyle habits

  • Assess whether your expectations of your children are realistic & helpful

  • Respond appropriately when your children push your buttons!

  • And much, much more...


The primary objective of this course is to familiarize students with the overall parenting process (done well). We achieve this by providing a critical review of the essential components of the parenting process combined with fundamental psychological theories that will help bring the course ideas to life for you.

Split into 10 sections, each section of this course seeks to expand your understanding of parenting so you can achieve the theoretical knowledge you need to apply these communication/people skills within a real family setting.

Hello Stress-free parenting: a Lifestyle shift for parents has been highlighted as one of the most comprehensive video-based parenting courses in the world, embracing lessons learned from real-world experience, blended in with a range of more modern frameworks and psychological ideologies that haven't yet entered the parenting textbooks.

Star Family Coaching training courses are entirely transforming families all around the world with a new, revolutionary approach to developing strong parent-child relationships. Enroll today and join the thousands already transforming themselves and the world around them for the better.

This value-packed parenting course contains critical ideas from numerous child development specialists including Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson, Robert Kegan, Morris Massey, Daniel J. Siegel M.D., Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., Gary Chapman Ph.D., Ross Campbell Ph.D., and Star Family Coaching.

Enroll today, knowing that If you aren't delighted with this video based training course, claim a full refund within 30 days of purchase!

Who this course is for:
  • Parents and anyone planning on being a parent
  • Anyone interested in understanding behavior
  • Anyone interested in childhood development
  • Parents looking for techniques to deal with their child's behavior
  • Parents looking for actionable ways to reduce the stress and worry of parenting
  • Parents looking for Tips and Help with parenting in a home School like environment
Course content
Expand all 99 lectures 13:21:59
+ Course Overview
4 lectures 34:59

Feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, worried, depressed, with your children, and the role of being a parent?  Well, this course is designed to help you get to the root of these feelings. There are actions you can take to reduce and eliminate negative emotions and behaviors of parenting. By taking this course, you will soon be feeling much better. You will have the tools, the tips and the help to take charge of parenting in a way that will have your child experiencing the best possible childhood and you the optimal experience of parenthood. This lecture opens the door to this learning. Attached to this lecture is a downloadable workbook that accompanies the section of the course. Also available for each lesson is an audio version in an mp3 format.  

Preview 06:17

This lecture is about the founder of the Parenting University concept. Meet the person that will offer Tips, Help and the understanding of parenting that will help relieve stress.

Preview 04:43

Losing your child is a powerful lesson about how we feel when we lose our child physically, emotionally and mentally. Parenting come with an assortment of feelings and feeling lost or the feeling that you are losing your connection with your child is what what is covered. It ends as a bridge into the next lesson.

Losing your child
06:19

This lesson is packed full of valuable information that can be used in parenting and in any other endeavor in life. The lesson breaks down how we parent into parts. Beginning with an overall method made up of roles and task. Then we dig even deeper in what we need to do to change the task that make up the roles and the overall method of parenting. This lecture comes with its own downloadable PDF workbook to assist with the video component.   

Preview 17:40
+ Baseline Inventory
7 lectures 31:27

In this lecture, we will overview the section. There are two downloadable workbooks. One is your Parenting University Crash Course journal that can be used to print out in black and white to use for answering all the questions asked in this course. Also, there is an accompanying Section 2 PDF workbook to assist with the video components of this section.

Baseline Inventory Section Overview
04:05

Remember to use the Section 2 workbook and your course journal.
Our inventory will begin with knowledge and experience based question. We will define parenting.

What do you know about parenting? (Define Parenting)
03:57

Remember to use the Section 2 workbook and your course journal.
Our inventory continues as we look at where we learned our parenting skills and sharing this information with our parental unit partner.

Where did you get your training?
06:26

Remember to use the Section 2 workbook and your course journal.
Our Parenting U, inventory continues as we look at who will be the models and the influencers in our child's life.

Who will be the main influencers or main parents?
04:16

Remember to use the Section 2 workbook and your course journal.
Our Parenting U, inventory continues as we look at commonalities in everything we have answered up to this point in the inventory 

What information and understanding of parenting do you share in common?
04:09

Remember to use the Section 2 workbook and your course journal.
Our Parenting U, inventory continues as we look at differences in everything we have answered up to this point in the inventory 

What information and understanding of parenting do you contrast?
04:13

Remember to use the Section 2 workbook and your course journal.
Our Parenting U, inventory is complete, and here we will recap what we've done in the section before we move into the next segment of the course.

Baseline Inventory Section Wrap-Up
04:21
+ Baseline Assessment
5 lectures 35:22

This overview talks about the assessments the students will be taking during this section. There is a new Parenting U, Workbook to download for the section.

Baseline Assessment Section Overview
03:19

Remember to use the Parenting U, Journal and refer to the Baseline Assessment Workbook for this section. This lecture has two downloadable resources for you to take a Personality Assessment. A questions PDF parts 1 and 2., and an Answer sheet. There is a link to a video to show you how to take the test and a link to an off site test that can be used as well. After the test the lesson continues to discuss the four basic personality styles.    

What are the personality styles of each parent?
10:55

Remember to use the Baseline Assessment workbook and keep up on the Parenting U course journal. This lecture talk about the Parenting Style assessment. This lecture comes with two downloadable PDFs the test and answer sheet. There is a link to a video that will show you how to take the test. After the test the lecture talks about the different Parenting Styles.  

What are the parenting styles of each parent?
09:14

This lecture talks about how we can use these assessments to help us in parenting. We are collecting data about ourselves in order to see what we are doing as parents.  

What can be done with these assessments?
07:53

This Parenting U Baseline Assessment section wrap-up prepares the student for the next section. 

Baseline Assessment Section Wrap-Up
04:01
+ Acceptance of Ignorance
8 lectures 53:46

This section picks up from the theme of collecting data about what we are doing as parents. Parenting U is going to touch on a sensitive topic of ignorance. The students will be dealing with their truth. This section will come with a downloadable Workbook to be used for each lecture of this section.  

Acceptance of Ignorance Section Overview
05:46

This lesson starts the section off with a truth principle. Parenting takes time so this lesson is about time. Remember to use the workbook.

Time Principle
05:43

Parenting is a long term commitment filled with change. This lesson is about the principle of change.

Change Principle
07:29

The final principle to build our foundation for moving forward is the Rule Of absolutes. Parenting can could with expectations and thinking that falls into black and white, right and wrong mindsets. These mindsets can add unnecessary stress. Understanding this principle is as important as the Time and change principles. 

Rule of Absolutes
04:33

This course is about being open minded about parenting. It explains that as we gain experience we will naturally begin running closed minded programs to help us with making choices moving forward in life. But these close programs can bite us if we refuse to look at the open side of things. 

Open & Close Mental Programs
09:13

The only way we learn is by being inquisitive. Our culture in parenting is to act as if we know everything we need to know which gets us into trouble. SO the lesson is about being open enough to ask questions as often as you can. 

Be Inquisitive
06:54

This lesson follows up from the previous lecture. As parents as must accept our ignorance and we need to do more than just ask questions we need to be open to help and support. 

Help & Support
05:39

In the wrap up of the section we are putting everything we've learned up to this point and getting ready for the sections about understanding how we think and behave and how our children think and feel.

Acceptance of Ignorance Section Wrap-Up
08:29
+ Understanding Cognition
7 lectures 47:18

In this section students will learn about the IPO's of cognition. This section comes with its own Workbook to accompany each lecture. Here is where you can download the workbook for this section of lectures. 

Understanding Cognition Section Overview
04:00

A parents we are going to be taking in information. Parents are humans so this lecture is about how we take in data. The differences in the way we each will perceive the world.  

Inputs
05:20

Behavior is what this lecture is about. We will act out now or we will store thoughts away for later use. Outputs will connect with feelings and these are the ingredients for opinions and beliefs. As parents it is important to understand this effect of cognition. 

Outputs
05:31

In this lecture of Parenting U's crash course  we talk about what occurs between inputs and outputs. The mental and emotional processes that are running open and closed programs and other meta-programs that help us act, think, feel and behave. 

Process (M.E. Mind)
04:18

The P of IPO's is powerful and as Parents we need to understand how to tap into this power.  This lecture starts to give us clues to how we can become empowered parents. 

The Impacts of M.E.
12:41

This lecture talks about the connection between thoughts and feelings. Parenting with this knowledge and understanding can be used to help us monitor our own mood and feelings. This a a step towards stress and worry relief. 

Thoughts & Feelings (What we think we can Feel)
08:01

We wrap up this section before we move into understanding the mind of a child. 

Understanding Cognition Section Wrap-Up
07:27
+ Understanding your Child
9 lectures 01:18:56

Now that we have a basic understanding of how an adult mind operates we will now explore how children operate. Children are adults under construction. Parenting with this understanding will help us better relate to our children and them to us. This section comes with a downloadable workbook that accompanies each lesson in this section.  

Understanding your Child Section Overview
05:13

The student will learn about the biological timeline of development and the major milestones which help us look for emotional and mental changes that will happen during child to adult development. Parenting with this knowledge will help us with the transitional changes and keep our bonds in tack. 

Biological Timeline
07:36

Student will get a basic understanding of a child development legendary framework. Here will will look at "thinking" or cognition development. The more we know in parenting the better we can respond to our children's needs.

Piaget
09:45

Another master is the field of child development is covered in this lesson as we explore "feelings" development of the development of esteem aka as Psychosocial development. As parents if we know what are children are focused on related to feeling about themselves we can better support and help them build strong self esteem.   

Erikson
09:20

Values and how they are developed is covered here. As parents if we can understand how a child views the world we can better teach values. 

Kegan
12:01

From whom are are children modeling their behavior? When do they start modeling? As parents knowing this can help us do a better job of examining the environment our children are exposed to and guiding their behavior via demonstration and environmental exposure. 

Massey
09:24

The student ( Parents)  will learn about this tool of a framework that incorporates the frameworks of the masters. The cognition tower is an easy to understand way to understand the complexities of the developmental stages children go through. 

Cognition Tower
08:36

The Student (parent) will learn about how thoughts and emotions move our Ego orientation referred to as the ME elevator up and down the cognition tower.   

ME Elevator
11:20

Here we will wrap up this packed filled section to help with keeping all the knowledge together. We now have an understanding of adult and children minds.  

Understanding your Child Section Wrap-up
05:41
+ Putting this understanding to work
8 lectures 01:17:03

In this section we will have a workbook to down load to assist with each lesson. Parenting with the lessons learned so far will need a "how to" to effectively work. This section is gets into the "how to" use the cognition tower and the ME elevator to become the best parent possible.

Putting this understanding to work Section Overview
04:09

In this lesson we will have a closer look at things that Parents we be dealing with as our children move along the biological time line. 

Deeper in the Biological Brain
11:08

In this lesson students ( parents ) will be addressing the struggle children have with connecting words to feelings. And how this struggle fits into the cognition tower timeline.

Left Right Up and Down ( Seigel, Bryson)
09:34

Parents & Children have a lost communication method that will be reintroduced and explained in a way that most parents have never learned. This power language works with children and adults. The lesson also has a link to an off site assessment test. What is your Love language? The lesson talks about the five types of Love 

Motivation & Love (Chapman, Campbell)
14:05

This lesson covers the most primal of all languages. Our first language. The language of emotion. Parents will learn the importance of using this language to best communicate with their children.

The language of Emotion
07:33

Parents and students will learn how to use the cognition tower at each level or each age of their child.

Applying the Cognition Tower
12:19

Parents and students will learn how to use the ME elevator to get on the same level as their child.

Applying the ME elevator
10:11

Students ( parents ) will visit what has been covered up to this point to prepare from the next section 

Putting this understanding to work Section Wrap-Up
08:04
+ Parenting Plan
7 lectures 01:06:30

To be successful in life one needs a plan. In this section that comes with a downloadable workbook Parents and students will look at what comprises of a parenting plan.

Parenting Plan Section Overview
03:55

Earlier in the course student learned of the parenting Method wheel. This wheel is made of roles. and in this lesson we will look at the major roles of parenting.  

Parenting Roles
16:31

Parenting consist of job duties aka task that must be performed many fall within a role. Here we look at how a meta preference dictates the way we prefer to perform these task. 

Task preferences
09:44

Planning is about being prepared. Parenting doesn't come with any schooling so we aren't really properly prepared to be parents. Students and Parents will learn about the importance of preparation prior to constructing their parenting plan  

The 6 P’s
08:17

Parenting Plans are like policies or rules. Here the student will look at how we should construct, set and abide by the policies. 

Rigid Flexibility
10:03

The Parenting Agreement is what this course has been building up to and we are now ready to begin its construction. This lesson spells it out. 

Parenting Agreement
11:04

The wrap up of this section will help to solidify what parents and students have learned up to this point. each student should be starting to create their own parenting agreement. 

Parenting Plan Section Wrap-Up
06:56
+ Modeling
7 lectures 51:52

In the section Students and parents will cover one of the 3 big roles, the most important role of parenting. Student will have an agreement but we will need to work on a few things in order for the agreement to work and for our children to grow up in the best possible way. The workbook that comes with this section is a large workbook that will cover this section and the next two. 

Modeling Section Overview
05:29

Parents and Students will learn about modeling role of parenting. It is the most important and why that statement is fact. 

The most important role
08:01

In this Lesson students and parents will link the parenting agreement to modeling. Why its important to abide by the agreement and how by how we honor it we will be modeling that trust to our children.

Parenting Unity “the dangers of violating the agreement”
10:18

This lesson talk about modeling from a sibling or minors perspective. While Parents will likely be the primary influencers in modeling, siblings and other young children will be as well. The imprinting to modeling stages of transition with siblings often give rise to the copy cat effect. 

The Copy Cat effect
05:15

As parents we learned our behavior from our parents. What we learned we will either copy or reject. When we reject without other options to learn from we end up with the 180 degree effect. Parents and Students will learn of the cycles of this effect. 

The 180 degree effect
06:07

Parents and Students will learn that our children see everyone as a model to copy so this lesson speaks about what we need to do to become aware of the influencers who will act as the models for our children. 

Be a modeling detective
07:53

Parenting requires many roles and this role covered in this section is perhaps the most important of all roles. What we model our children will learn. This wrap up pulls all the lessons together as a recap prior to moving on the the second of the 3 big riles parents must play.

Modeling Section Wrap-Up
08:49
+ Coaching
9 lectures 01:10:21

We will model or teach without knowing but we will also teach with knowing that we are teaching or instructing. This role is coaching. How we coach can effect they way our child will feel about learning. This section will use the same workbook from the previous section. 

Coaching Section Overview
05:33

To be an effective coach requires one to be able to see many side of a situation. Parents and students will learn how to see things from 3 different point of view. With this insight parents will be better at help their child understand what we are trying to teach. 

Positional Experiencing
10:50

While it important to see all side of a situation if we use an improper attitude when coaching all the insight we have to share is meaningless. This lesson teaches students and parents the four main attitudes and the one that is best for effective teaching. 

Attitude Techniques
04:56

Here the student will get examples and better understanding of one of the four types of coaching attitudes

Passive-Aggressive examples
07:36

Here the student will get examples and better understanding of one of the four types of coaching attitudes

Aggressive examples
09:17

Here the student will get examples and better understanding of one of the four types of coaching attitudes

Ignoring Examples
08:21

Here the student will get examples and better understanding of one of the four types of coaching attitudes

Assertive examples
10:23

Here the students and parents will learn of the best attitude to have when coaching and dealing with conflict with  your child. 

Authoritative Proactive Guiding Parent
06:10

Parents and students will recap this section and get ready for the third major role of parenting 

Coaching Section Wrap-Up
07:15