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Are you worried about your little one starting pre-school, kindy or school?
Are you unsure how best to support them in this transitional time?
Nail this important adjustment from home life to school life like a pro with my on-demand webinar!
Is your little one starting kindy, pre-school or school this year? Are you feeling unsure how to support them during this major transitional phase from home life to school life? I can help! Join me as I offer support and strategies to help you nail this progression like a pro and make starting school a positive experience.
Transformative parenting support with Parenting Coach and Mentor, Shelley Clarke, including email Q&A.
A 75 minute on-demand webinar to watch in your own time, when it suits! Replay for partners, grandparents and other support people in your child's life.
A downloadable PDF 'Helping Our Children Transition To School' to keep and refer back to as different behaviours and situations arise. We've got you!
Hi I’m Shelley Clarke.
I’m a mum of three beautiful children who is passionate about helping parents and their families live with joy, calmness, laughter and connection.
I specialise in Craniosacral Therapy (CST), parent education, childhood behaviour and trauma, and work with families to help parents foster deeper connections with their children and establish household harmony. My role as a Parenting mentor has evolved over the years from my own struggles and parenting journey.
As I searched for strategies to help my own children and learnt more about the body and our nervous system, I found some wonderful tools that changed my relationship with myself, my children and all those around me.
As a certified Hand in Hand Parenting Instructor, Aware Parenting Instructor and Marion Method mentor my goal is to help shift the parenting paradigm to include more compassion, unconditional love and acceptance. It is my wish that all children feel safe and supported to follow their own unique path.
Connection is always the answer and I encourage parents to look behind the behaviour to the underlying needs. When we meet the needs of our children they feel deeply heard, understood and loved. Magic happens when we listen deeply and attune playfully.