PARENTING AS A HERO’S JOURNEY VIRTUAL RETREATS
When You Called Upon Your Imagination to Create Your World?
You Still Can.
The science is in. We “know” everything we need to know to nurture ourselves, our families, our communities and our Earth.
Perhaps what is needed now is not another study or scientific fact.
Perhaps what is needed is a willingness to follow a call to adventure, an adventure that promises to shift our awareness in a way that helps us to remember…
How to imagine.
How to play.
How to construct the whole-hearted adventure we want to experience.
And how to be present so we don’t miss a single enchanted moment of our precious lives.
Kindred Believes Parenting Is A Hero’s Journey
And this year, for the full year ahead, we invite you to
Join Fellow Travelers and Take the Hand of Your Wise Guides through Virtual Retreats…
Have you ever wished for an opportunity to just hang with the inspired writers and thought leaders of the conscious parenting movement? Well, now you can!
Join us over the next year in these virtual retreats and experience a Deep Dive webinar into the presenters core teachings, Into the Cave time in our private forums with your presenters, personal E-Missives 3-5 times a week throughout the retreat to help you slowly and gently digest the Deep Dive, and Live Q&As to connect personally with your favorite presenter!
Upcoming presenters include: Robin Grille, Teresa Graham Brett, Suzanne Arms, Michael Mendizza, Karen Brody, John Travis, MD, Meg Nathanson, Tracy Wilson Peters and Laurel Wilson, Kate White Lauren Feder, MD… just to name a few!
Please join Teresa Graham Brett, author of Parenting for Social Change, in our first retreat and check back soon for our new event page!
Who Wrote Your Story?
How Can You Become the Author/Authority of A New Story of You?
How Can You Ensure Your Children are Empowered to Author Their Own Stories?
Teresa Graham Brett, JD
JUNE 3 – JUNE 21, 2013
We are our stories. The ones we were told as children, by parents, by society, by our friends. What is this story? What parts would we like to renounce? What parts serve us? How do we create the skills to write a new story and remember that we are the author, so we can re-write it again and again! Teresa’s well developed curriculum has been tested in megathon eight hour workshops as well as digestible webinars. She will be taking you through the Deep Dive into her work and then Into the Cave where your forum discussions can support the exercises and insights she will share with you.
Teresa Graham Brett, J.D., is a writer, facilitator, coach, and consultant who lives her passion for creating social change by combining her work in social justice education with parenting. As a professional, she has spent over 20 years working in and with universities and colleges as an educator, leader, administrator and consultant committed to advancing social change and social justice. Her own life was transformed after becoming a mom to two boys, who challenge her to live the values of liberation, freedom and respect as a parent everyday.
As a result of this personal journey she founded the website Parenting for Social Change and authored the book Parenting for Social Change: Transform Childhood, Transform the World. Teresa continues to work as a consultant to universities and more importantly works with parents, who like her, want to let go of control and domination as a parenting model and create relationships with children based on trust and respect.
Join Becoming Dad!
JUNE 17 – JULY 5, 2013
For expectant dads, new dads, step dads, mums, birth professionals, parenting professionals, working with men professionals, students, anyone with an interest in fatherhood and masculinity, this workshop is for you!
This virtual retreat includes a Deep Dive webinar into the expectant and new father zone as well as private space in Kindred’s forums for discussion, LIVE Q&As and weekly/daily e-missives from Darren.
Becoming Dad was created by Darren Mattock, a birth activist, social change agent and leading voice and visionary in the modern fatherhood movement. “There is a deep calling for conscious and connected fathers to play a strong, loving and healing role in creating the changes we want and need to see in the world,” said Mattock. “My shared vision with Kindred is that the men who are touched by the work of Becoming Dadwill experience fatherhood as empowering and be positively transformed as men.
“At the heart of this vision is for women, children, families and communities on the planet to benefit from the gifts of healthier, happier and more loving men.”