Every child is unique, with their own personality – and there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to parenting.

In the ParentEd Dialogues, parents will learn how to take a targeted and intentional approach when parenting each unique child. Each session is led by a Family Coach, who will help parents explore their current parenting challenges, introduce innovative approaches and provide useful feedback to develop real solutions and actions to bring about lasting change in the way you parent!

Why the ParentEd Dialogues?

Engage with a Family Coach who can guide you in optimising your parenting style Establish new friendships with like-minded parents in a safe community setting Equip yourself with fresh perspectives and practical tools to strengthen your parent-child relationship



I encourage all parents to make this investment [taking time] to attend this workshop. Because I believe as parents, it's a continual learning journey. As the child goes to school, parents also need to go to school to learn the right skill sets, the right methodology in order to become effective parents.

- Shu Wei (Mother of 2 boys, 6-year-old and 8-year-old)

Because it's a dialogue, we get to interact with other parents and hear from them - what are the things they do with their children, what challenges [they face], so at least it helps us feel that we're not alone. And we could pick up tips from other parents too, so that was good.

- Hannah (Mother of 2 boys, 5-year-old and 8-year-old)

In the week itself, we can apply [the tips] to our children, and we can observe their behaviours, and then we can come back and consult the trainer if things don't go according to how we expect. So, it's not just theoretical, there's also the practical aspect.

- Terrance (Father of 2 boys, 5-year-old and 8-year-old)


Core Dialogues

This series covers foundational principles that are relevant across all age groups.

Dialogue 1

The Parent Species: Becoming the Parent You Want to Be

We all enter parenting differently - Some carry baggage from our own families, some are used to stern approaches, others struggle with discipline.

Whatever you have been through and whichever stage of parenting you are at, we will help you identify your style, adjust unhealthy habits and grow to become a parent-coach.  

So think about it, what type of parent do you want to be?

Dialogue 2

C.S.I. (Child Species Investigation): Bringing out the Best in Your Unique Child

Every child is different. Now that you know your parenting style, discover your child's personality type. Understand how they are wired so you can better parent them. Also, learn how you can set the foundations for your child to feel right, think right and act right.

Dialogue 3

Creative Correction: Making Discipline Firm and Friendly

Can discipline be loving? Learn the principles and strategies of discipline and how to actually discipline with love. Discover the power of boundaries and consequences and how to hit that sweet spot between firm yet friendly discipline!

Dialogue 4

High-5s @ Home: Nurture the Parent-Child Relationship

A lot of intentionality has to be invested to reap a great parent-child relationship. A strong bond between parent and child lasts through the years and strengthens your child in multiple ways. But where do you start? We give you practical ways on to build that bond and a loving and secure home.

Early Years (0-3 year olds)
Starting at the very beginning - these early years are most important to develop a strong and magical bond with your baby. This is the best time for new parents to establish the kind of families you want your babies to grow up in. Discover and learn how you can become the kind of parents you want to be.

Preschool Years (4-6 year olds)
Preschool years are fun though it may be less carefree as they are introduced to the formal learning environment and parents are more exposed to parental peer pressure. Learn to put first things first; parents will be equipped to prioritise their relationship with their preschoolers in these foundational years.up in. Discover and learn how you can become the kind of parents you want to be.

Primary Years (7-9 year olds)
It is a brand new world for children entering primary school. They will face new levels of social engagement which can be overwhelming. The principles and attitudes they develop in these years of rapid growth will form the bedrock of their values and relationships which will carry into their teen years.

Parents, you continue to have great influence in their lives; help them build a solid foundation at home and in their interpersonal relationships.

Tween Years (10-12 year olds)
In these years of growing independence, Tweens want to assert their individuality more than ever before and their peers begin to have a stronger influence than most parents would like to acknowledge. In such times, they need a firm but no less loving hand to guide them towards right choices and stand up to the pressures of growing up.

Learn how, as the Parent-Coach, you can continue to be their role model and confidante.

Teen Years (13-15 year olds)
Teens are exploring life with far more peer pressure as they transit to a new Secondary school. Hormonal changes compound the uncertainties they experience. Yet, this is the perfect opportunity for parents to shape and set the right foundations for the early teenage years.

Be empowered to nurture and train your teen towards maturity – as responsible, engaged and fulfilled individuals.

Emerging Years (16-19 year olds)
As teens approach young adulthood, friends might become as important, if not more important to teens as family is. However, it is critical for parents to continue to play a key role in their teens' lives to guide them through this transition.

Learn how to navigate the changes in your teen and continue to build a strong parent-child relationship.


Duration: 4 x 2hr sessions
Fee: $250 per pax


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