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Mirroring Monday – Making Beds & Friendships Edition

Monday, November 29th, 2010 | 3 Comments
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting and share your own favorite mirroring moment in the comments below. This week’s Mirroring Moment is from Kelly Parisa. Enjoy! As the Educational and Behavioral Consultant at a wonderful private read more »

Mirroring Monday – Mirroring the Mirrorer Edition

Monday, July 12th, 2010 | 1 Comment
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting and share your own favorite mirroring moment in the comments below. This week’s Mirroring Moment is from Rebecca Lindsay. Enjoy! Kelly – this is dedicated to you… I didn’t even realize you read more »

Mirroring Monday – Perfectionist Artist Edition

Monday, July 5th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting and share your own favorite mirroring moment in the comments below. This week’s Mirroring Moment is from Kelly Parisa. Enjoy! “I can’t do this! This is stupid!” A second grader, a smart, perfectionist read more »

Meet the Therapists – Kelly Parisa

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 | 0 Comments
I am the mother of two teenage daughters, ages 17 and 15. They have taught me the most about life, love and, of course, the challenges and joys of parenthood. I am humbled and awed every day. I am fortunate to share read more »

Connected Parenting Book Club for Boys in San Diego

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 | 0 Comments
If you live in the San Deigo area and have a son who is in 3rd or 4th grade, you may want to check out the upcoming Connected Parenting Boys’ Book Club led by coaches Rebecca Lindsay and Kelly Parisa at The read more »

Mirroring Monday – Food Allergy Edition

Monday, May 10th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting. If you’re new to Connected Parenting and want to find out more about mirroring and the CALM method, check out this podcast by Jennifer Kolari (courtesy of Penguin Group USA). This read more »

Connected Parenting San Diego Team in the Examiner

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Did you catch this article in the Examiner?  “Connected Parenting Offers Support for Your Challenging Child,” by Connected Parenting friend Sondra Santos LaBrie, discusses what makes Connected Parenting different and gives the 411 on San Diego Connected Parenting Coaches Rebecca Lindsay and read more »

Mirroring Monday – “Stop Stealing My Clothes” Edition

Monday, March 8th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Start the week off right with examples of mirroring from the team at Connected Parenting. If you’re new to Connected Parenting and want to find out more about mirroring and the CALM method, check out this podcast by Jennifer Kolari (courtesy of Penguin Group USA). This read more »

Connected Teaching Workshop at the 2010 Southern Regional Meeting California Association of Independent Schools

Saturday, March 6th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Kelly Parisa and Rebecca Lindsay will be presenting a workshop on Connected Teaching this Monday, March 8 at the Southern Regional Meeting of CAIS. The workshop will focus on using techniques adapted from Connected Parenting to help teachers build deep bonds with read more »

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