Hey there, I’m Liba.
I’m a psychologist, and a lecturer in the parent-child relationship.
I’m also a mom. Just like you. And just like you it’s really important to me to raise good kids.
Kids who value themselves and those around them. Kids who are kind and compassionate. Kids who believe in themselves. And kids who can manage the inevitable ups and down’s that life will throw them.
One thing I know is that the key to raising kids like this is in the quality of my daily interactions with them. Or in other words, the relationship that I’m building with my kids today is shaping who they become tomorrow.
But I’m sure you’ll agree that it’s not always so clear how to make the most of our daily interactions, especially with the ongoing demands of life with kids. Even though, before I became a mother, I was sure that I woukd know just what to do to be a present, loving and ever-available mom. But when I actually became a mother, I suddenly realized that living up to my expectations of myself was much harder than I thought.
Life with kids was way harder then I could have ever imagined!
Like meeting my kids’ endless practical and emotional demands. Like keeping up with the responsibilities and stresses of adult life (why didn’t anyone warn me!?). Not to mention being constantly confronted by the triggers from my own experiences being parented.
That’s why I made it my mission to get to the bottom of this thing called “motherhood”.
How to be present and attentive, even when I’m short on time and patience. Not just so that I could figure it out for myself, but so I could help other moms like me as well.
So I went to the sources, learned with some of the best in the field, and have applied what I’ve learned to both my personal and professional life as a psychologist. And what I’ve discovered are the answers to every parents every-day struggles; From tantrums to power struggles, to finding joy and satisfaction in your role as a mom.
And that’s why I created this project: Motherhood in the Making.
To help parents who feel overwhelmed and out of balance regain their sense of calm, control and connection to themselves and their kids so that they can feel confident raising capable and caring kids.
And now that you’re here you can take advantage of any one, or all, of my Free resources.
You can take a look at some of the paid courses I offer or, if you’re looking for some one on one attention, you can get in touch for a free consultation.
And if you’d just like to connect, see that I’m a real live person, and ask me any of your parenting questions, just hop in to our community Facebook group: Motherhood in the Making, an online support group for moms.