Mom Is In Control Presents...
Design The Life You Crave TRAINING SERIES.
Give up yelling, learn how to support your child's BIG emotions and figure out how to make your BIG VISION a reality.
Do you feel lost when it comes to helping your highly sensitive child manage his or her BIG emotions?
Do you long to feel in control, relaxed and ALIVE, but you’re not exactly sure how to make it all happen?
Get Instant Access To The Following Trainings.
Training #1: Why traditional discipline doesn’t work on highly sensitive children (and what does work).
Training #2: What to do when you feel out of control in your parenting (or life) - and how to turn things around in 5 minutes or less.
Training #3: The easy to implement technique I teach my clients to gain more energy on a daily basis (no more burning yourself).
In A Nutshell, Here's What You'll Learn In This TRAINING Series:
- Why therapy and parenting books haven't already solve all your problems.
- (Side note: I use to be a therapist.)
How to create more ease when communicating with your child (psst. this works for other relationships too).
How to end your relationship with struggle for GOOD (this has been the biggest game changer for my clients).
What to do when you feel out of control in your parenting (and how to turn things around quickly).
TRAINING Host: Who is Heather Chauvin?
Good question, right? There is A LOT of parenting information out there. A LOT. Too much really. So why bother learning more? What makes my approach different?
Parenting, relationships and paying your bills don't have to be struggles. I truly mean this. It doesn't and if it is for you right now, that's ok because change is possible.
I advocate for simplifying parenting and life. Less is more AND less gives you more.
More money, more energy, more time and more happiness.
I am a mother of 3 boys (11, 6, 3) and a wife to a man I once believed was 'too good to be true'. I know how frustrating and overwhelming it can be to 'do it all'.
Three years ago when I was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer I took it as a HUGE wake up call. Raising strong, independent, highly sensitive children DOES NOT have to burn you out.
Today I'm healthy as a horse (whatever that means).
Back when I was a Registered Social Worker I asked myself a very important question that dictated why I'm doing the work I am today.
I asked myself: "Do I really want to be putting band-aids on the problem for these kids for the next 30 years of my career or do I want to SOLVE the problem at the root cause for these families?"
Which is what brought me to where I am today. Helping women like yourself understand and connect to your child while taking action on the life your soul is craving.
It's all possible and my job is to show people HOW it's possible and hold you accountable to making it happen.
If I can become a single parent at 18, pay for my own University education while living on welfare, survive cancer -- you can figure this out too!
Let's get started.
Are you ready? If YES, register below and I will see you on the inside.
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What Others Are Saying About Heather's Work
"Now, a year later, I am the mom and entrepreneur I wanted so badly to be..."
When I discovered Heather I was at my wit's end. I was coming off a year chock full of major life changes and tons of focused personal development work, but when it came to parenting and building a business, I just couldn't get my shit together. I had many ideas about why this was the case - because my daughter is highly sensitive and spirited, because I'm single, because I had a traumatic childhood. because, because, because. I felt at the mercy of my circumstances, and believed wholeheartedly that I was fighting an uphill (if not impossible) battle to all I wanted.
Now, a year later, I am totally the mom and business owner I wanted so badly to be... most of the time. I feel capable of not only supporting my daughter emotionally, but supporting myself, too. My life is still messy, but I've learned how to be happy, present and at peace in the mess with I can't clean it up. -- Shannon Gallagher.