A different approach
to parenting


Most parenting programs have one goal in mind:

To help parents change their kids' behaviour.

The goal of this approach is different:

To help parents change their kids' hearts.


About Sue

In the spring of 2003, I was a desperate single mother of six. My 15-year old son was in a Children's Aid group home, and my 16-year-old daughter was living on the streets. (Read My Story here.) And that was the spring I discovered a parent group that saved my life - and my sanity.

The group was based on Choice Theory by William Glasser, and what I learned was so powerful and life-changing that I went on to get trained in Choice Theory and Reality Therapy, and later became faculty with the Glasser Institute.

Since then, I've worked with parents, teens, and frontline workers to help them improve their relationships with difficult people.

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