Module 10: Parenting Styles

Parenting Styles

Module 10: Parenting Styles

Parenting begins before conception and grows during pregnancy, birth and the first year of life. The authors of the books in this module speak eloquently to the impact of awareness, healing, intention, and more to parenting.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to define "conscious conception"
  • Identify consciousness in birth and bonding
  • Be able to name ways to support parents to explore consciousness in their parenting options
  • Affirm that babies' remember their experiences, but in an implicit way and what that means
  • Name the five rights of passage of children according to Robin Grille
  • Be able to name the ABC's of attachment
  • Be able to describe secure and insecure parenting attachment patterns
  • Describe why it is important to have a coherent story as a adult
  • Name what the adult attachment interview is and why it is important
  • Describe the adult attachment styles related to parenting patterns
  • Name and explain the neuroanatomy connected to parenting and communication
  • Describe Dan Siegel's brain anatomy and why it is important to interpersonal neuroanatomy
  • Be able to explain relationship "rupture" and "repair" and why it is important
  • How repatterning can happen to that adults can have "earned secure" attachment
  • Be able to talk about the importance of fathers.

12 Continuing Education credits are available for this module for an additional $48 Click HERE for more information.

If purchasing this as an individual module-- You will have access to this course only through December 31, 2021~ after that date, we will have moved to our new Learning Center and some courses will no longer be available. Please be sure to complete your coursework before then.

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