Discover Your Resilient Self-Telesummit

Please join me and 20 of the world’s leading parenting experts for the Discover Your Resilient Self: Tools to Increase Strength, compassion, and Renewed Family Joy when your Child has a Mental illness.

Are you frustrated or discouraged with parenting advice that doesn’t seem to help your child or help them fast enough? Are you worried about their ability to function and be happy in today’s world? Do you need help to cope with your own stress and worry from trying to handle it all?

What if you could hear from some of the world’s leading parenting experts and get their best advice on how to help your child with mental health challenges? Advice that is tested and true…and actually works! Imagine having access to all of them for free!

This is exactly what my colleague Christie Grant has done with the Discover Your Resilient Self: Tools to Increase Strength, compassion, and Renewed Family Joy when your Child has a Mental illness, a virtual event like no other!

Starting June 23rd, 2014, you’ll have access to incredible experts who will all give you advice you can use right away.  Jennifer Kolari’s interview airs on July 1, 2014.

Don’t miss out – CLICK HERE to register now!

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