Causing Kindness – Free Workshop!

Causing Kindness

A free workshop with tools to help ease stress & create peace.

Teaching and learning kindness is as important as the A,B,Cs.

Does it seem like your efforts to teach your kids to be kind are not working?
Are you frustrated with teasing, bullying, and exclusive behaviors by your kids?
Are you looking for new tools to help curb these and other negative behaviors?

What You'll Learn:

  • the difference between being nice & being kind.
  • what feelings have to do with kindness.
  • a new way to think that encourages kindness for self & others.
  • tools you can use and teach to your kids about kindness.
  • how to fill up your kindness tank.
  • 3 simple ways to release negative thoughts.
  • how to ditch drama & create peace.
  • freedom from negative, painful stories.

The Causing Kindness workshop includes:

  • Class audio in mp3 format, a Workbook for notes, a custom Tip Book
  • Simple & fun tools for you and your children
  • Additional mp3 activity + a bonus drawing activity to help you manage unkind thinking

“I was in heaven in your workshop! YOU are a life saver with your beautiful work. I really love the way you made the concepts so accessible and practical. Your “make peace with the predictable” makes working with the concepts so easy and doable! I know this will help me in my life and work and am grateful for the experience with you. The concepts felt so natural as you described them and you taught them in a way that felt like a way I could explain it to anyone.”

Melissa W.


“I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your Causing Kindness class. I listened to the recording driving home from work one night last week and I almost drove off the road rewinding the part about “nice” vs. “kind”. I have a tricky relationship with my mother-in-law. I’ve been being “nice” to her for almost 20 years and feeling like sh*t about it frankly. I’ve also been telling myself that not wanting to be nice to her is childish — me stamping my feet, throwing a tantrum, refusing to behave like a grown-up. But thanks to you, I realized I do not want to be NICE to her for a very valid reason — it tastes saccharin to do so. I do, however, want to be kind to her. And to me. And to my husband. Such a huge shift for me at our annual holiday get together. An early Christmas present for me for sure. Thank you!”

L. D.

East Coast Mom