Parallel Process Workshop – Atlanta!
Posted on October 5, 2012

PARALLEL PROCESS PARENT WORKSHOP coming to ATLANTA, GA on NOV. 9TH In this supportive workshop, parents will identify, understand and TRANSFORM their negative relationship patterns with their child. Participants will come away with a “felt sense” of how to respond differently.Parents will increase their self-awareness through identifying their feelings and patterns.Parents will integrate new communication skills through role-plays.Parents will practice reflective listening and learn how to empower their children to solve their own problems.Parents will[…..]

We All Belong
Posted on September 27, 2012

I’ve just discovered a gold mine in my local community called Earthwalk Vermont.   My 8-year old just started the Village School program, where she spends every Friday in the woods becoming more intimate with the natural world. Of course the program is education-based, but from my perspective it is also quite therapeutic – beyond what a young person may gain from a therapist or other type of social service. First off, the kids are[…..]

Letting Kids Struggle
Posted on September 19, 2012

I just learned a new technique from my daughter’s kindergarten teacher. I asked my 5 year-old what happens when she runs down the hall in school (which my daughter does with me, but not when the teacher is there). She said, “Well, we have to start over, Mom.” As a parenting coach I am always looking for little tricks to help kids self-regulate and become more mindful of their behavior. I’ve started to employ this[…..]

Stop Tiptoeing and Start Parent Coaching!
Posted on August 14, 2012

I recently looked at Susan Stiffelman’s book titled, Parenting without Power-Struggles. A powerful metaphor she uses in the book is of a captain of a ship. When on a cruise, the only reason all the guests can relax by the pool, drink at the bar, attend shows and generally feel at-ease is because there is an abiding trust in the captain to skillfully navigate the waters (minus the recent media story). The captain is not[…..]

Being Fresh, Present and Alive for Our Children
Posted on April 17, 2012

I asked my daughter the other day if she was excited to see one of her new best friends at school, as I was about to drop her off for her first day back after a break. I turned around in the car and I saw tears welling up in her eyes, with a scowl in her forehead. I paused, took a breath, and then asked what was wrong? She burst into tears and with[…..]

Krissy's lighthearted, humorous, gentle, and especially non-judgmental nature never failed to lift our spirits. I always appreciated her many stories and her use of metaphors to simply illustrate concepts which she felt we needed to deeply understand and begin to implement. I have worked in the medical field for almost 30 years now and have met many people along the way, but Krissy Pozatek stands out as one of the most gifted and talented people I have ever met. I wholeheartedly recommend her to "everyone" because I think that anyone would be lucky to have her as their therapist! We are forever grateful to her for her brilliant insights, her amazing skill at teaching us more appropriate responses, and most importantly, for helping us to heal our family. Susan P. (Parent of adolescent boy)
Having to send a child to Wilderness and then on to Therapeutic Boarding School was one of the lowest points of our lives and yet we realize now that we were truly blessed to have met Krissy. With her vast experience, eclectic knowledge, and abiding wisdom, Krissy has guided us through darkness and deep despair into the light and an ultimately successful outcome for our family. It has been an 18- month journey so far. During this time, she helped us “stay the course” when every fiber of our being wanted to “rescue our child.


Susan - California USA
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