Training the Young Brain

There are some skills that children need to develop and master in order to lead independent lives later on. These skills are preferably developed during the first five years of life. What are these skills? What can parents do to help their child develop them?

Parenting: The Growing Years

When two people get married and have children of their own, one of the things that they will realise is how different their parenting styles are. This can lead to many perpetual and painful arguments between them. To resolve the stalemate, some parents have resorted to the ‘Good Cop, Bad Cop” method, where one of them will be the strict disciplinarian while the other is the soft nurturer. Bad idea!

We have a better way.

ICAN Fathering Workshop

A 5-hour workshop for fathers in all life stages. Learn how important fathers are to their child, how to make every engagement with your child Quality Time, how to be an Authoritative Parent and how to build your child’s emotional intelligence.

Emotion Coaching (Parenting Workshop)

Based on the book by Dr. John Gottman “Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child” the workshop aims to help parents connect with their kids/teens and resolve conflicts without escalating their own emotions. Parents will learn skills to respond to child’s negative emotions (i.e. scared, sad, angry), use emotions for bonding and teachable moments, regulate emotions and set clear, consistent limits in problem-solving.

Adventure@DAH (f.k.a. Adventure Camp with Dad)

This 1-day programme provides a platform for fathers to bond with their pre-teens (9 – 14 years old) through adventure-learning. Not only will you get the chance to do something adventurous with them, it’s also a wonderful way to get talking with them at a deeper level.

Breakfast With Dad

The father-child relationship is a significant factor in the emotional and cognitive development of a child. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. This workshop will have the father and child prepare and eat breakfast together.

Coaching for Fathers

Coaching for Fathers is a service that empowers fathers to engage fully, effectively, and responsibly in their children’s lives. We will work on your building relationships with your children that are healthy, nurturing and ongoing. Ultimately, we hope to help dads acquire the skills necessary to move from mediocrity to extraordinary in their role as fathers.

Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

This workshop is for couples who seek to deepen their relationship with their spouses. Whether you have a stable or distressed relationship, this workshop can help you better understand your relationship and teach you ways to foster friendship, trust and intimacy with your partner. It will also teach you ways to navigate or prevent relational conflicts.

Father-Child Experiential Workshop

The father-child relationship is a significant factor in a child’s emotional and cognitive development. This workshop utilizes experiential learning methods to coach fathers to relate with their children. We do this in a way that appeals to their nature of being fun and active partners in parenting. We create an experience that is fun and impactful for both father and child.