A certified Conscious Parenting Coach, a mom to two wild boys, a devoted yogi, and an avid animal rescuer and foster mama.
As a mom to two kids, I am going through the same parenting struggles you are?sibling rivalry, jealousy, aggression, explosiveness, defiance, friend drama, power struggles, and more! These things all come with the territory of parenthood. My goal is to use these daily struggles as a portal to my own awareness, to practice managing my triggers, staying calm, and modeling for my kids what an imperfect, but self-aware and always-expanding person looks like.
Although I love kids, my true passion is working with their parents! Our children are affected by our energy, whether we express it verbally or not. I had to make huge shifts in my energy with my kids before I saw results in their behaviors. There is nothing I enjoy more than helping other parents become aware and shift their own energies to benefit their families. It is my passion to help parents delight in their children. There was a time in my parenting journey when I had a hard time finding any joy at all in raising kids. I know what it’s like to feel stretched too thin, to feel like I’m not cut out for such hard work, to feel humiliated by my kids, and to just feel like I might not survive this parenting thing. And I also now know what can turn all of that around. I know how to see the gifts of my boys and I can now say that I am profoundly grateful for the lessons they have taught me.
Conscious Parenting is a spiritual practice for me, and I have found it helpful to bring an Eastern mindfulness approach to coaching. Mindfulness, meditation, and yoga are the tools I use to keep myself sane, and I enjoy sharing these with the parents I work with.
My parenting philosophy is influenced by the research and work of others who encourage the use of positive/respectful/conscious parenting strategies (Dr. Shefali Tsabury, Dr. Laura Markham, Dr. Ross Greene, and Dan Siegel). My perspective is also influenced by my education in psychology, early childhood education, and the latest trauma informed approaches.
Please reach out if you would like to work together!
I am a woman, a mother, a birth professional, certified hypnotherapist & parenting coach with one goal in mind: spreading peace and healing to as many of my fellow humans as possible. Helping to shift our collective consciousness on the things that I?m passionate about – natural birthing, conscious parenting, healing and peaceful living – one couple, one family, one woman at a time.
Life Coach for individuals, families and leadership development for organizations. Effective conflict resolution through conscious parenting for families, individuals and family law offices. Helping executives lead with wisdom, bring out the best in their employees and 10x their performance. Public speaker and collaborator. Unique mix of J.D. and coaching experience with military and organizational leadership skills.
Hi, I?m Tilley Fine and I live in Los Angeles, California USA.
I have worked in Corporate America in the world of Music Entertainment, for over 16 years. I am eternally grateful for the challenging and rewarding career in this business and the relationships I experienced. It was only with the birth of my daughter and the challenging role of parenting, that I realized I was living unconsciously, without understanding of who it is that I really am.
I discovered that my authentic self was buried under deeply rooted cultural conditioning and belief systems, stemming back to early childhood. This realization was further enhanced by the revolutionary teachings of Dr. Shefali and her method of Conscious Parenting. It wasn?t just the fact that I had been asleep as a parent? living unconsciously had affected my career, relationships, personal growth, and how I functioned on a daily basis.
So began my journey into Conscious living. I am a Certified Conscious Parent Coach through the Dr. Shefali institute. https://drshefali.com/. The concept of Conscious Parenting can be applied to all areas of our lives including our careers, relationships, and behaviors.
Most of us spend more time at work and with co-workers than we do with our families and loved ones. Relationships are what trigger us most, whether they are among family, friends or co-workers. Relationships, no matter their state or function, can be a very challenging and traumatic part of our lives, but they also serve as the platform that inspires and generates the potential for us to grow.
I strongly believe in the necessity of moving out of our comfort zones to become the best version of ourselves, as people, parents or professionals. My passion is to help people become their authentic selves and experience true freedom.