Playful Parenting


Cooperative Kids

Getting your children to listen
without punishment or yelling

Learn how to use Attachment Play to help your children listen and cooperate, to strengthen your bond with them and to simply have fun!

Is this you?

Maybe your kids are not listening and you find yourself repeating the same thing a million times and you end up yelling, bribing or threatening your child, and it doesn’t feel right.
Maybe your child is having lots of meltdowns and tantrums or is aggressive with you, other kids or pets, and you’d like some ideas to help him deal with his emotions in a non-hurtful way.
Maybe you’ve found that every conflict with your child escalates until either you or him end up losing it and you’d like to know how you can avoid that.
Maybe you’re struggling with daily tasks with your child such as getting dressed and out of the house, teeth-brushing, mealtimes, bedtime, being gentle with her sibling, etc. and you’d like to find some ease?
Maybe your child has gone through some stressful events that are affecting his behaviour (birth trauma, separation, hospitalisation, etc.) and you’d like to help him heal?
Maybe you’re simply finding yourself a little too serious and you’d love to have fun with your child, but you’re not sure how?

If you recognise yourself in some (or all) of the suggestions above,
I’m sending you lots of compassion and love right now.

And I want to celebrate you for being here…

For being willing to do things differently…

For being open to new ideas…

For wanting more fun, more ease and more connection
with your child(ren)…

You’ve came to the right place.

Here is what you’ll get.

In Part 1, you’ll learn more about:

✅ Why children don’t listen and refuse to cooperate
✅ How using specific types of play can avoid conflicts and create connection instead
✅ How you can support your child with his big emotions (tantrums, aggression, etc.)
✅ What you can do in the moment (4 steps) to invite your child to do what needs to be done
✅ What you can do when you don’t feel like playing


In Part 2, you’ll receive more information and lots of game ideas to help you with the 25 most common parenting struggles:

  1. Toilet oopsies
  2. Getting dressed and leaving the house
  3. Smoother bedtime
  4. Toothbrushing can be fun
  5. In the bath
  6. Stop swearing please
  7. Sweet snotty nose
  8. Hits and kicks
  9. Screaming at the top of her lungs
  10. Yucky medicine
  11. Eat your greens!
  12. School stress
  13. Boobie-Obsessed toddlers
  14. Delicious thumb
  15. The calm and grounded Ninja
  16. Angry mummy/daddy
  17. Brothers and sisters love
  18. Goodbye sweetheart
  19. You’ll have 2 homes
  20. Share your toys
  21. The new baby
  22. Let’s prepare for this
  23. Ouch! Illnesses, hospitals, bad falls
  24. Difficult birth experience
  25. Preventing unpleasant behaviour


Video examples of how I use these games with my daughter at home!



  • This course is self-paced and will be there for as long as you need it.
  • You’ll be invited to a support Facebook group where you can ask your questions and share your success stories if/when you wish.
  • 3-monthly Facebook live sessions within the group where I answer all of your questions.

Do you relate to any of the most common struggles mentioned above?

You’re not alone. There are solutions to those struggles which feel good to you and your child.

Are you ready to hear about those fun, connecting and respectful solutions to your daily struggles?

How can attachment play help you?

  • by increasing your children’s willingness to listen and cooperate
  • avoiding conflicts
  • lessening tantrums
  • supporting your children to release stress so they are more relaxed
  • giving your and your children some self-regulation tools so you can both stay calmer
  • supporting your child healing from past trauma and stressful experiences
  • processing, understanding and learning things better
  • strengthening your attachment with your children
  • having fun and creating unforgettable memories with your children


What you will NOT find in this course:

  •  tricks and manipulation
  •  punishments, bribes, rewards
  •  time-out (which is a form of punishment)


What you WILL find in this course:

  • information based on the latest research in psychology, somatic healing and neuroscience
  • trauma-informed advice
  • nurturing and loving recommendations based on attachment theories

How can this course transform your parenting?

Thanks to this course you’ll have MORE:

Fun ► you’re going to be so inspired to play with your kids!
Ease ► you’ll receive my secret 4 steps to have your child willingly listen and cooperate
Attachment ► you’ll feel so much more connected with your child after playing those games
Unforgettable memories ► proper belly laughter moments guaranteed!

and LESS:

Conflicts ► enter your child’s world and turn conflicts into fun moments
Tantrums ► help your child release frustration through play!
Aggression ► learn how you can help your child express his upset in a non-hurtful way
Stress ► giggles make us all much more relaxed


Are you:

  • sick of repeating yourself and yelling to get your kids to do what needs to be done?
  • feeling done with punishments, threats and bribes?
  • willing to handle your child’s behaviour in a way that feels good to both you and him?
  • ready to open your mind to new methods and ideas?
  • craving having some fun with your child and connecting deeper with him?
  • willing to help her navigate her emotional ups and downs through play?
  • willing to help your child release frustration in a non-hurtful way so he’s less aggressive and has less tantrums?
  • ready to get on the floor and play with your child (for a few minutes now and then) to create unforgettable memories?

If you’ve said “yes” to some of the questions above, then this course is for you and you’re going to love it.

After travelling Australia offering 23 Playful Parenting Workshops, I’ve put my experience and knowledge in this condensed 3.5 hours Online Workshop for you. Packed with information, games & practical tools for you to use immediately with your children.