Carrie Contey, Ph.D., Austin-based parenting expert and coach, is helping you to live “Your Best Year Yet,” with a day-long workshop encouraging individuals to reflect on 2013, identify existing obstacles and gain clarity on what they truly want for themselves in the new year.
During the workshop, Contey will aide participants in creating a plan to successfully achieve their goals for 2014, provide guidance for staying on track throughout the year and offer simple, effective parenting tools. The workshop is six hours in a kid-free environment at a renowned Austin location and includes a complimentary meal.
“This is so much more than just a process of setting New Year’s resolutions,” said Contey. “It’s a way of giving yourself the time, space and guidance to discover what matters most and to figure out how you really want life to look and feel. It’s the perfect way to kick off the new year!”
WHEN: January 11 and 12 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Participants are encouraged to choose the day that best fits their schedule.
WHERE: The Oasis, 6550 Comanche Trail, Austin
PRICING: $35 per individual or $60 per couple.
Registration for “Your Best Year Yet” is available online at http://carrieconteyphd.bigcartel.com.
In addition to “Your Best Year Yet,” Contey offers a yearlong program called “Evolve,” which gives parents information, support and inspiration for bringing more ease, love, joy, fun and connection to all areas of family life. “Evolve” provides monthly themes and daily exercises, access to a private online community forum for discussions and Q&A, and a monthly live webcast with Contey. Registration begins Jan. 17. To learn more about “Evolve,” visit http://evolve2013.com/evolve/2013info/.
About Carrie Contey, Ph.D.
Carrie Contey, Ph.D., has degrees in prenatal psychology, perinatal psychology, health education and promotion, and has been referenced as an expert source on parenting in broadcast programs including “The Today Show,” CBS Radio and National Public Radio. Carrie is a co-founder of the Slow Family Living movement, which encourages parents to slow down more often in an effort to better connect with their children; co-author of “CALMS A Guide to Soothing Your Baby;” and has contributed to “Time Magazine,” “The Boston Globe” and “The Star-Ledger.” Since launching her services, Carrie has created a loyal online following of mothers and fathers who have benefitted from her services. To learn more about Carrie Contey, visit www.CarrieContey.com.