Parent Guilt: Changing the Story
Pinterest wants you to feel guilty. But you can just say no to that.
This course is for every parent that lives with generalized feelings of guilt, shame, or not being good enough. We get a lot of mixed messages about what it means to be a good parent and could all use a little help making sense of it all.
The program is comprised of six videos with unique topics that are designed to help you change your guilty-parent story to a guilt-free parent story. In it you will learn
- Resisting parent guilt with some radical self compassion
- Reconnecting with your parenting values
- Silencing inner critics
- Separating the 'work' of parenting from your relationship with your kids
- Embracing non-prescriptive self care
- Drafting a new narrative
Join today and have fun shifting away from stories that don't serve you any more.
Olivia Scobie MSW, RSW, MA, ACC, MSP
Olivia is a social work counselor who specializes in perinatal mood, birth trauma, and maternal mental health.
She is also the founder and executive director of Postpartum Support Toronto, a not-for-profit that provides therapy and solidarity for new parents having a tough time adjusting to life with a baby.
She believes in good scotch, telling your story, and supporting families through difficult times.
StartVideo One: Resisting parent guilt with some radical self compassion (16:23)
StartVideo Two: Reconnect with your parenting values (23:48)
StartVideo Three: Silencing inner critics (14:04)
StartWeek Four: Separating the 'work' of parenting from your relationship with your kids (17:33)
StartVideo Five: Embracing non-prescriptive self care (11:04)
StartVideo Six: Drafting a new narrative (9:58)