Are your children angry, hurt, and confused about your separation or divorce? “Thriving Kids Through Divorce” is safe, fun, play-based workshop where children learn skills that will help them heal. “Thriving Kids Through Divorce” blends art, games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward. This workshop can be adapted for a 6 week series, half-day or full day workshop. Designed for children ages 9-12.
Using Stacy Jagger’s “Magic Mats” Communication Tools for Connecting, Stacy teaches on the three types of communication for families. She facilitates a practical, connecting experience where children and parents feel seen, heard, celebrated and delighted in. This workshop can be adapted for a 1 hour presentation, half-day or full-day workshop.
Based on Sue Johnson’s research and book “Hold Me Tight/Created for Connection”, Stacy blends the principles of Emotionally Focused Therapy with play-based experiential activities that enhances the marriage bond. This workshop can be adapted for either a one full day (and evening) experience, or two-day weekend experience.
Based on Stacy’s extensive experience leading families through a 30 day technology “black out”, Stacy teaches on the importance of reducing technology in families and increasing connecting activities. Using testimonials and stories from her practice, Stacy inspires families to unplug from media and plug into the needs of each other in order to reduce sibling rivalry, reduce behavioral problems and increase bonding and quality time missing in many families today. This workshop can be adapted for a 45 min presentation or half-day workshop.
This is a 20 or 45 minute talk on the importance of “feeding the good wolf”- a presentation on feeding ourselves joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith. Popular for Girls Night Out events.
Hush Little Baby Don’t Say a Word
This is a 20 or 45 minute presentation on the significance of human attachment and how to develop the skills we need to nourish relationships with our children. (Can be used in conjunction with The Playful Art of Listening for a half or full day workshop.)