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Parenting Sessions


Our Junior School has organised a series of presentations focussed on the challenges of raising confident children in today's world. Each session will be facilitated by registered professional counsellor, Colleen Drobot.

The goal is to provide an opportunity for dialogue about some of parents' more pressing concerns, so you can learn effective strategies for supporting your children as they grow.

Note: All sessions will be held in the Senior School Lounge

Final Session - Softening the Defenses: Helping children face vulnerability and gain resilience
Wednesday, May 2nd - 8:30 to 10:00am (Fee: $20.00)

Throughout this series, Colleen Drobot has spoken about the need for a child’s heart to remain soft, for emotions to be felt and expressed, for tears of futility to be shed for a child to develop and mature. For anyone raising a child who is very sensitive or is stuck, softening the defenses the brain has erected for protection, can be a daunting task that sometimes seems almost impossible.

This session will focus on ways we can soften a child’s heart so that the tears can be restored, lowering frustration and anxiety and cultivating resilience. As a family therapist and mother of sensitive children, Colleen will share Dr. Neufeld’s wisdom and her personal experiences of how to restore the ability for a child to feel, attend, grieve and attach.


RSVP to one, some, or all of the
parenting sessions.

All sessions will be held in the
Senior School Lounge.

ABOUT MS. Drobot

Ms. Drobot

B.Ed., Dip. Of Special Education, RPC, MPCC

Faculty, Neufeld Institute

Colleen Drobot is a registered professional counsellor and parent consultant with a private practice in West Vancouver. She works with adults for their own personal counselling or for parenting consultation. She is also an educator has over 20 years’ experience working with children in the regular classroom or in special needs settings. She also works with several school districts to help educators make sense of their students’ behaviour. She is a faculty member of the Neufeld Institute and has worked with Dr. Gordon Neufeld’s approach for many years. Colleen is a mother of two and draws from her personal as well as professional experience to support parents and professionals in gaining insight, opening their hearts and leading by their intuition.