Sarah Rosensweet is a parenting coach and educator, and the parenting advice columnist for Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper.
She lives in Toronto with her husband and three big kids (ages 12, 15, and 18).
Sarah speaks to parent communities around the GTA, teaches workshops, and works one-on-one virtually with parents all over the world.
Sarah Rosensweet’s practical, compassionate approach to gives parents the support and strategies they need to enjoy their kids again. She has helped 1000s of parents go from overwhelmed and frustrated to “I’ve got this.”
Invite Sarah Rosensweet to speak to your school or organization’s parent community.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Stress-Free Kids
- Parenting Your Tween
- How To Raise Resilient Kids
- Be A Strong Leader: How To Set Effective and Empathic Limits
- Getting Kids to Cooperate Without Threats, Bribes or Consequences
- Hold On and Let Go: Parenting Teens
Topics can be adjusted for specific age ranges of children.
Speaking Rate: $500
What people say after Sarah’s talks:
It was a wonderful experience having Sarah come to our school to speak. She has a breadth of knowledge applicable to varying age groupings. Her anecdotes and experience provide useful information and practical take-aways. We had wonderful turnouts for her talks and we would love to have her come again.
Sarah visited our school community to speak about “How to Raise Resilient Kids.” Sarah provided us with easy to implement strategies for supporting our children during the toughest moments of their day. She answered questions that were specific to family dynamics, was empathetic to the needs of the group, and shared examples from her own life in raising her children. After the presentation, parents stayed longer to talk about Sarah’s message and the take-aways they had. I would highly recommend Sarah to visit any school as her message is powerful, supportive and motivating as we all journey to support our children in an ever-changing world.
Thank you! This was by far the best parenting talk I have ever heard.
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Descriptions of speaking topics below. Topics can be adjusted for specific age-range children.
How To Raise Resilient Kids
Learn about resilience, why it’s important, and how children develop ‘grit’. We will cover specific ways that you can support your child to foster resilience, as well as the common mistakes that well-meaning parents make that hamper the development of grit.
Stress is unavoidable in our modern world. Our children live busy lives at home, in school and out in the world. In this interactive talk, we will learn how to make life less stressful when possible but more importantly how to help kids develop resilience in the face of life’s worries and challenges. Learn what kids today need to thrive!
Parenting Your Tween
Learn strategies for connecting with your tween and establishing more freedom and responsibility for them while maintaining appropriate limits. The teen years can be wonderful! This presentation will help you get started on the right track.
Being A Strong Leader: Setting Effective & Empathic Limits
The family is not a democracy. Our children need us to be strong leaders. Limits make children feel safe and secure and help them learn how to behave while internalizing your family’s values. We don’t need to be mean about it. Kids can learn without being made to feel bad. Learn how to set kind, firm and effective limits with empathy.
Your Parenting Secret Sauce: Connection
A strong, connected relationship with your child not only makes parenting sweeter and more fun, it makes parenting easier. A connected child is a child who WANTS to cooperate. The most effective way to influence our child and their behaviour is through our relationship. Come out and learn why connection is important and some easy ways to increase connection with your child. Parenting doesn’t have to be an onerous conflict-ridden slog through the schedule.
Hold On and Let Go: Parenting Your Teen
Your relationship with your teenager doesn’t have to be tense or distant. In fact, it is your greatest tool for influence. Learn how to stay connected to your teenager, while at the same time giving them the control over their lives that they need to become responsible and successful young adults.