Created by Dr. Jillian Roberts, our FamilySparks courses are created to support parents in search of everyday coaching tips to navigate today's landscape, as well as families in crisis who need strategies they can put to use right away.
The Sexualized World: Keeping Young Kids Strong & Safe
How can you keep your kids safer in our hyper-sexualized world? This course empowers parents to prepare their 3 to 9-year-olds to handle the impact of the images, media portrayals and pressures today's kids are faced with daily.
The Sexualized World: Keeping Preteens Strong & Safe
Growing up in a hyper-technology culture means our kids will most likely be exposed to sexual material, or even behaviour, sooner than we’d like.This course will help you to prepare before something happens, and how to react when it does.
The Sexualized World: Keeping Teens Strong & Safe
Supporting your teen as they navigate a hyper-sexualized world can seem overwhelming, but it’s achievable. This course covers today’s most relevant topics, while showing you ways to prepare your teen for healthy relationships as adults.
Raising Resilient Kids: Intro to the Parental Compass
This course is the intro to our 7-point Parental Compass. The compass includes down to earth guiding principles that will strengthen your relationship with your child and teach them with the skills to be resilient in the face of life's challenges.
Managing Childhood Anxiety
Childhood Anxiety is a highly treatable condition. This course helps you understand the difference between anxiety and "normal" worries and the dives into several down to earth, actionable strategies you and your child can practice together.
Managing Childhood Depression
Childhood depression is a challenging illness, but your child can still have a happy and fulfilling life. This course covers what the illness is and is not and then focuses on effective management strategies to help them push back against depression.
Coping with Death: Ages 3 to 9
Geared toward younger children, this course includes strategies to begin the conversation about death and grief with your child, support them (and yourself) through a loss and ways to help remember the special person or pet who passed.