Betterment for the Conscious Parent – Every parent should take these courses.
The complete package of parenting philosophies, insights and skills.
Our goal is to empower parents and professionals through our educational courses, workshops, books, and articles. These courses cover all age groups and take a meaningful, conscious approach to family dynamics as a whole.
LIFE Seminars offers in-depth, thought provoking courses that are life changing.
The larger parenting courses: Sidestepping the Power Struggle and The Parent Child Connection teach parents the A to Z’s about parenting and working with children of all ages. It is recommended that parents take both the courses and it doesn’t matter which one you take first. Our online courses run twice a day, making it work for your schedule. We offer both eight-week courses and a condensed one day courses.
Mad Love is a couple’s course that invites adults in committed relationships to go deeper. Have you ever noticed how hard it is to use communication skills when you get triggered? Where do those triggers come from? What are the typical patterns we get into that harm the relationship? How do you protect your “Couple Bubble” when you have a busy life?
Get answers directly from a professional
Many people describe LIFE Seminars as life-changing and having a tremendous positive impact on future generations. In Victoria alone, tens of thousands of people have attended LIFE Seminars. Dr. Allison Rees is a trusted educator who has devoted her career to serving this community with her courses, articles and private practice since 1991. Dr. Alison Miller is the original creator of LIFE putting this material together while working as a clinician and family counsellor and raising her own children.
Backed by years of researched material, written by a clinical psychologist and the focus of a longitudinal study. LIFE’s materials and philosophies are renowned for teaching people to go deeper. They direct you toward the high road of parenting rather than quick fixes or mainstream ideas that just don’t work with many kids.