The Parenting Academy
The last thing you need is more parenting content.
I know you’re a parent who’s read all of the parenting books, researched all the BPA-free plastics and organic foods, and listened to all the podcasts (mine included!)
That’s probably why you’re on this page!
So you know WHAT to do.
The question is: How do you it?
Welcome to the Parenting Academy
In the Parenting Academy, you’ll learn how to actually see results so you can:
Get kids to listen the first time you ask
Learn what to say and do to motivate children and adolescents to clean up when they’re supposed to, do their homework, or get off of their devices
Handle meltdowns and big emotions
Understand how to respond effectively when your child can’t handle the fact that things aren’t didn’t go their way
Support anxious children
Get strategies to support your child who worries… and strategies to builde their resilience in the long run
I’m on a mission to help parents feel more in control while raising responsible, resilient, and confident kids.
If we haven’t met before, I’m Rachel Bailey, Parenting Specialist, speaker, podcaster, and founder of the Parenting Academy.
I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, a certification in Positive Discipline, and have served parents as an ADHD coach, in-home mentor, therapist, and teacher of positive parenting techniques.
My work has been focused on improving the dynamics between family members and fostering responsible behavior, resilience, and healthy self-esteem in children (and adults!).
But if I’m being honest, my success isn’t based on any natural parenting abilities. I was not born to be a parent.
And if I didn’t do this for a living, I’d use the same “band-aid” strategies that I see most parents using. (You know — those strategies that don’t seem to lead to consistent results.)
It’s because I struggle as a parent sometimes that I know which tools you need to see long-term, positive results. I teach practical strategies because that’s what I need myself.
I’d love to teach you these tools as well, just as I’ve taught so many other parents so that you can finally feel more confident and in control… and feel good about the way you’re parenting.
here’s our plan inside the Parenting Academy
Rachel Bailey’s Parenting Academy will hold you accountable to implementing parenting tools and growing your parenting skills so you see results
Let’s get down to business
Here is what we cover…
Learn The 4R Response Method
Over the last 10 years I’ve come up with a proven system for how to respond to any situation. And your first 14 days in the Academy is dedicated to learning how to Reduce Your Yuck, Respond Effectively, Identify Roadblocks, and Build Routines.
Best of all, you can watch and learn ALL of the content you’ll need for the whole membership in just 76 minutes.
Practice Your Responses
Every week we host a live, interactive practice session. In those sessions, we practice the skills that are mentioned in The 4R Response Method and we apply them to YOUR situation. With this practice, you’ll gain the experience you need to handle the situations you face with confidence.
See Long Term Results
After you’ve learned and practiced the 4R Response Method, the membership will hold you accountable to building the routines that give you and your children what you need for better behavior, moods, and attitues… leading to genuine peace and calm in your home that lasts.
Proven parenting strategies that you’ll actually use.
When you join the Parenting Academy you’ll get access to everything below so you can start to reduce your overwhelm and stress when it comes to parenting… and enjoy more positive interactions with your kids.
When You Become a Member of Parenting Academy, You Receive:
Here’s my commitment to you
I can teach you the steps to create a calm, peaceful home.
You can be that parent who doesn’t go to bed feeling exhausted and guilty each night, dreading the next (Groundhog) day!
It is possible to set boundaries without having to yell and engage in power struggles when asking your children to go to sleep, do their homework, clean up after themselves, and get dressed when they’re supposed to.
You can feel more confident in your ability to handle your children’s big emotions so you don’t have to walk on eggshells or avoid setting boundaries for fear of their meltdowns.
You can feel less worried and anxious and stay in control of your emotions and handle any chaos around you without making it worse.
It is possible to enjoy — and actually look forward to — more time with your kids rather than dreading weekends and time off from school.