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Wed, Jun 12


Los Gatos Library

Yell Less, Connect More (Free Workshop)

A Mindful Parenting Workshop

Yell Less, Connect More (Free Workshop)
Yell Less, Connect More (Free Workshop)

Time & Location

Jun 12, 2024, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Los Gatos Library, 100 Villa Ave, Los Gatos, CA 95030, USA

About the event

Discover powerful mindful parenting strategies to break the yelling cycle and foster increased harmony at home. In this 60-minute session, we’ll explore key topics such as the importance of slowing down the urge to yell, techniques to calm your nervous system, and identifying triggers that lead to yelling. 

This workshop is perfect for parents with children of any age, as well as caregivers and professionals working with babies, children, and teens. Join us to learn how you can start creating lasting positive change in your home.

No sitter? No problem! Bring your kids with you. Older children and teens can enjoy the library's resources, and your little ones can stay with you during the program.

What Is Mindful Parenting? 

Parenting is fundamentally about how we respond to our children in each moment. Mindful Parenting is the process of intentionally bringing awareness and compassion to each moment and cultivating loving speech and deep listening to promote better relationships in the family. The Mindful Parenting framework follows two main practices: 1) Mindfulness, which helps us regulate our stress response and become calmer and less reactive; and 2) Skillful Communication, which allows us to speak lovingly and effectively in a way our children can hear us.

About the Instructor 

"I am not a perfect parent, and I don't expect you to be one either. I am practicing the Mindful Parenting method and improving my skills every day. With tools to support both myself and my son through difficult moments, our relationship is flourishing. And when I make mistakes, I have tools from this program to forgive myself and make a repair that teaches my son that it's okay to be imperfect and trying to do better." 

~ Janice Solasteas

Janice Solasteas has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of fields and subjects for over two decades, and has been practicing mindfulness and meditation since 2003. She creates engaging and effective individualized plans that empower children, teens, and adults to cultivate discovery and meet challenges with resilience. When she's not teaching, she enjoys baking, fiber crafts, playing board games, yoga, swimming, and going on adventures with her husband and son.

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