Friends, Foes & Siblings

Squabbles to Long-lasting Relationships

This class is for you if:

  • You feel stuck around how to stop rivalry between siblings, cousins and friends.
  • You find common practices like time outs, separating your kids, yelling, or forcing apologies do nothing to stop the squabbles in the long term.
  • You want your kids to grow up feeling loved, heard, cherished and kind to each other.
  • You'd like to learn effective and connecting ways that support your child's emotional well-being as they build life-long relationships with siblings and friends.

Join us on April 5th at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST / 7 pm BST / 5 am AEST (April 6th)

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Parenting Instructor

Marilupe de la Calle
Hand in Hand Instructor and a Mexican mom living in the US with her husband and their two daughters.

Summer Sheldon - Hand in Hand Instructor

Summer Sheldon
Hand in Hand Instructor and a mom living in Oregon, US with her husband and their three children.

In this class, you will discover how to:

Assist them to celebrate their own unique qualities and appreciate each other's.

Guide children to approach conflict with connection-geared solutions.

Enjoy your children individually and fortify them to deal with shared activities, objects and events.

Effectively respond to sibling and friend squabbles with fresh eyes and ideas.

Heal your own sibling wounds or work through your absence of a sibling.

Regulate yourself to respond to children's squabbles with less heat.

Collaborate with your children to build relationships with friends and siblings that will last a lifetime.



Words of praise from parents

"Hand in hand is supporting the people who are doing the toughest and most important job in the world - parents!

Their approach is what kids need, but what parents have not been taught to give."

- Valentina

"This is an incredible organization that gives parents practical and emotionally intelligent ways to support their parenting, their child’s emotional health and well-being and tackle difficulties. As a clinical psychologist specialising in child mental health, I became passionate about the prevention of mental health difficulties. And so I was delighted to discover Hand in Hand both as a professional and as a parent myself."

- Kirsty

Underneath their spiky behavior, children do want to get along. Join us and learn how to support them in creating healthy relationships that will last a lifetime.