8 Week Curriculum Overview
Week 1: More Than Anything My Child Wants to Feel Loved
Week 2: Understand the Why Behind Your Child’s Behavior
Week 3: Shift from Imitation Love to Real Love
Week 4: Eliminate Yelling, Anger and Criticism
Week 5: The Power of Play, Touch and Active Listening
Week 6: Implement and Practice New Strategies
Week 7: Empower Your Child to Be Self Directed
Week 8: Increasing Family Joy
Learn How To:
- Apply Natural Consequences
- Run Family Meetings
- Create Safe Space
- Teach Your Child to Calm Themselves
- Get Your Child to Tell the Truth
- Stop Your Child from Acting Like A Victim
- Give Up Nagging
- Combat Anxiety
- Create Harmony Between Siblings
Lani Scozzari is the author of Sheath, Erosion, A Memoir of Marriage, and Ballet’s Child, a collection of poems documenting the impact and recovery process of an Eating Disorder.
Additionally, she is a veteran teacher in both private and public schools. She is a former Reading Specialist at Turtle River Montessori, where she worked with students ages 3 through middle school. Most recently she taught at The Conservatory School of North Palm Beach where she was awarded The Best and The Brightest Scholarship by the Palm Beach County School Board for multiple years. She’s created and facilitated Profession Development workshops on Social Emotional Learning, serving as a teacher mentor. Lani has studied and implemented The Harkness Method of Education through Exeter Academy in New Hampshire as well as Project Based Learning via High Tech High Institute in San Diego, CA.
In her private practice she has tutored and served as an Educational Consultant in Connecticut, New York and Florida, working with parents of students in ESE, Gifted as well as students diagnosed with Autism and various learning differences. Trained in RealLove and Conscious Discipline, she co-created Transformation Parenting with Sari Terrusa, LMHC through TSI of Jupiter leading webinars, seminars and private consulting with parents and children. After witnessing the positive impact the work has in her classroom, her marriage and the raising of her two daughters, sharing this program is integral to her life’s work. She holds a BFA from Emerson College and an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College.