Rachel Stefaniak

Create Vitality Director

"It was great being with others in similar situations.  It helped me to not feel so alone.  I liked how the workshop was safe and supportive, and simple tools that will be easy to use".

Sister

Carer for brother

"The workshop gave me hope and optimism.  Rachel is such a supportive and empathic person with simple yet effective tools.  Thank you".

Mum

Sole parent of 3 children

"The workshop was excellent.  It gave me some tools to use and I met others in similar situations.  I don't feel so alone, it made me feel more connected".

Mum

Sole parent of 2 children

"The main thing I'm taking away from this workshop is that I matter too, that I need support too".

Mum

of 2 children
Yes!  Replays for each session so you can catch up on missed sessions.
No!  I am committed to making sure that everyone can access quality support, regardless of their income. The training is free of charge.
This is an online event so you can attend from the comfort of your own home.

All sessions will be held live on zoom with replays available if you can't make a live session.
I've had lots of feedback from parents that short sessions are easier to make time for, rather than trying to block out a couple of hours in one go.

And, I also run a number of single session masterclasses across the year, for people who prefer to block out a chunk of time.


No. There are replays available up until the end of the week (Sunday evening) of the training.  This is free content folks, soak it up while you can!
No.  While the majority of parents who seek my support tend to be raising neurodivergent families, the training is not diagnosis specific.  It is designed to support families raising children with a range of needs. 


No.  You are welcome to attend the training regardless of whether your child has a formal diagnosis, so long as you identify that your child has an additional need of some kind.
The training is not age specific.  Having said that, parents/caregivers of with primary aged children and older (including young adults) tend to get the most benefit from this workshop.

Rachel Stefaniak

Create Vitality Director

Testimonials

"It was great being with others in similar situations.  It helped me to not feel so alone.  I liked how the workshop was safe and supportive, and simple tools that will be easy to use".

Sister

Carer for brother

"The workshop gave me hope and optimism.  Rachel is such a supportive and empathic person with simple yet effective tools.  Thank you".

Mum

Sole parent of 3 children

"The workshop was excellent.  It gave me some tools to use and I met others in similar situations.  I don't feel so alone, it made me feel more connected".

Mum

Sole parent of 2 children

"The main thing I'm taking away from this workshop is that I matter too, that I need support too".

Mum

of 2 children

FAQ

Yes!  Replays for each session so you can catch up on missed sessions.
No!  I am committed to making sure that everyone can access quality support, regardless of their income. The training is free of charge.
This is an online event so you can attend from the comfort of your own home.

All sessions will be held live on zoom with replays available if you can't make a live session.
I've had lots of feedback from parents that short sessions are easier to make time for, rather than trying to block out a couple of hours in one go.

And, I also run a number of single session masterclasses across the year, for people who prefer to block out a chunk of time.


No. There are replays available up until the end of the week (Sunday evening) of the training.  This is free content folks, soak it up while you can!
No.  While the majority of parents who seek my support tend to be raising neurodivergent families, the training is not diagnosis specific.  It is designed to support families raising children with a range of needs. 


No.  You are welcome to attend the training regardless of whether your child has a formal diagnosis, so long as you identify that your child has an additional need of some kind.
The training is not age specific.  Having said that, parents/caregivers of with primary aged children and older (including young adults) tend to get the most benefit from this workshop.