Tuning In to Kids Program

Tuning in to Kids (TITK) TM is a 6 week evidenced based parenting program that aims to give parents helpful ways of teaching their children the skills of emotional intelligence. The program teaches parents awareness and regulation of their own emotions, their children’s emotions, skills in assisting problem solving and how to guide children’s behavior with appropriate limits.

TITK involves watching video material, role plays, reading information and through group discussions and exercises parents are encouraged to share experiences and ideas within the group. Home work involves activities where you try put different ways of responding to your child’s emotions.

More info on the TITK website http://www.tuningintokids.org.au

Who We Are

All programs are delivered by Fiona Reizner & Jane Parkinson, facilitators, mothers & co-founders of Inspiring Warriors TM

Fiona is a qualified Mental Health Social Worker with a Diploma in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy and extensive experience in delivering therapeutic based group work to both children & adults.

She works with children, adolescents, individuals and families using an eclectic and organic approach tailored to meet the needs of each client. Fiona is child-centered and incorporates creative, sensory tools into her therapeutic process.

Fiona believes that change can occur when people are provided with the scaffolding and guidance to identify and understand their strengths within a supportive and empathetic environment. Fiona’s passion is to empower children and their families in developing their emotional and social competence from a holistic perspective.

Jane is a qualified Counsellor and therapeutic group work specialist, highly skilled in providing group programs to children as well as parents.

She believes all human emotions are central to effective communication & connection and is passionate about empowering children in developing their emotional literacy and competence.  Jane is also highly skilled in providing education to parents, drawing on her understanding of how the parent-child attachment relationship shapes a child’s emotional resilience.

Jane has a strong personal and professional interest in the role of somatic therapies such as yoga and mindful meditation can have on supporting recovery from traumatic stress and anxiety disorders.