The Neurodivergent Family Toolbox is a 6-week online group coaching program (capped at 20 families) for New Zealand-based families of Neurodivergent (Autistic, ADHD or AuDHD) children or teens. Self-identified families are welcome to join.
The Neurodivergent Family Toolbox was specifically created to equip you with trauma-informed and neuro-affirming practical guidance and community to help you understand your children (and yourself), preserve their mental health, cut through the confusion and the overwhelm and give you real and actionable tools so that you can feel empowered and confident as a parent no matter your situation.
Week One: Understanding How Your Child’s Brain Works.
Week Two: Understanding Shutdowns, Meltdowns, Explosive Behaviours and Burnout.
Week Three: Understanding Demand Avoidance / Drive For Autonomy.
Week Four: Understanding Executive Function.
Week Five: Supporting Your Child With Relationships With Others.
Week Six: Navigating The System And Relationships In A Way That Feels Good For You and Your Family.
The toolbox program is delivered live and online in our private community, away from social media. The price of the program is for two people (you and and co-parent).
As part of my commitment to ethical practice, extended payment plans and hardship scholarships are available on request.
Tanya Valentin is a Trauma-Informed and Neuro-Affirming Family Coach, NZ Registered Teacher, Lecturer (Te Pukenga – Early Childhood Education and Care), Author and Podcaster.
Tanya is a Neurodivergent person and a proud Mama of 3 Neurodivergent humans. She works to support, educate and foster inclusion, acceptance and positive life outcomes for all neurodivergent children, teenagers and adults in all her areas of life.
Tanya lives with her family in beautiful Northland, New Zealand. She has authored several books and blogs and co-hosts the Seen Heard Accepted Podcast with her family. She is the founder of the Neurodivergent Family Toolbox and the Parenting Neurodivergent Kids Together Community and podcast.
Tanya is committed to making a difference in the world by supporting parents with practical tools and strategies to help them understand their child and their unique wiring, feel confident in their parenting and nurture strong connections between themselves and their children.