Parenting Education for Everyone

The hardest job you’ll ever love.

Kids are not born with manuals yet somehow parents feel the expectation to know how to handle all sorts of situations that arise.

Challenging, yet normal, behaviors in children are the ones that need the best parenting and are prime moments to improve connection and teach new skills.  We work with parents who need support and tools to help their home be a sanctuary of peace and connectivity so that all members of the family can function to their greatest abilities.  At Nurture, we give parents and their child relational skills that both will use for the rest of their lives while helping parents meet their child’s fundamental needs more effectively.

Our services are researched-based, non-judgemental, and completely confidential.

We can help you parent kids of all ages and issues including:

  • setting and maintaining to boundaries
  • developing and sticking to routines
  • young child issues of sleeping, tolieting, eating, and transitions
  • dealing with tantrums or other “big” emotions
  • chores, discipline, anxiety
  • screen time issues
  • becoming a more conscious and mindful parent
  • teaching mindfulness to your children
  • nurturing intrinsic motivation
  • identifying “code red” behaviors
  • …and so much more.  

Children deserve the best parenting and parents deserve to feel confident and proud of the most important yet hardest job they will ever do.

We offer seminars, facilitated small-groups, and private coaching (over the phone/FT/Skype or in-home) to help caretakers gain the tools and awareness for how they can help their children and feel happier in the process.  Free consultations are available by contacting us at (585) 420-8838 or emailing: emily@nurturefamilyeducation.com.


Emily Headshot Final-0438About Emily: I am a School Counselor who synthesizes Conscious Parenting and Mindfulness to help parents directly with the problems they are facing with their kids. I work with families who have challenging but non-pathological issues. I support the parents in working with their children and teens.

If you need parenting support, I am here for you!

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