Hi, I’m Noelle Wittliff.
I’m a Mother of Two, Licensed Family Therapist, Trauma Resiliency Specialist, and Mindful Parenting Coach. I teach parents effective tools to reduce stress and overwhelm and strategies to raise resilient, secure, and confident kids. With over fifteen years of experience, I support families to learn, grow, and heal in powerful ways.
If you’re a parent who wishes to have:
Less stress, tension, and overwhelm
Fewer conflicts and power struggles
More flexibility and cooperation in your family
A deeper connection with your kids
A greater sense of internal calm and sturdiness
Then, welcome! You’re in the right place.
For information on my individual and couples therapy practice, please visit noellewittliff.com
It starts with a simple intention, a desire for change, and a willingness to develop new strategies and ideas about how to care for ourselves and our children.
The first step toward meaningful change is creating a vision for your family and then reaching out for the right support to get you to where you want to be.
What is Mindful Parenting?
Mindful Parenting is about slowing down and bringing attention to the big and small moments in each day. Mindful Parenting refers to parenting consciously and intentionally, with compassionate awareness of our own feelings and needs, while also tuning in to the feelings and needs of our children. When we parent mindfully, we respond, rather than react. We find opportunities to engage with our children in ways that naturally encourage their flexibility and cooperation. We strengthen emotional safety within the family and foster secure and loving attachments.
Mindful Parenting is about parenting in the present moment, in the only place where we can affect change.
Click here to learn more about my own Mindful Parenting journey
How Mindful Parenting Can Help
‣ Parent Coaching sessions for guidance and support
‣ Mindful Parenting Online Course
‣ Mindful Art for Kids Workshop
What Parents Are Saying
Danielle Grace, Mother of Two:
The Mindful Parenting course turned out to be the exact thing I was longing for: guidance, invaluable information, and new approaches to parenting. Noelle’s presence is incredibly calming and warm. She is empathetic, a wealth of child-development knowledge, and an incredible teacher. You can tell that she truly loves what she does. I’m profoundly grateful to have taken her course.
Debbie Lee, Mother of Two:
Noelle is a wonderful teacher. I’m so grateful to have taken her Mindful Parenting course and would highly recommend it to parents and caregivers of children of all ages. The course helped me to understand my own childhood experience; understand brain and child developmental stages; and find ways to keep calm during moments of parenting challenges and frustrations. This course helped me to not just be a better parent, but to be a better person in all of my relationships.
Luana Adduci, Mother of One:
Taking Noelle’s Mindful Parenting course was one of the biggest gifts I’ve given myself. It was so empowering for me as a mother. The best word I can come up with to describe my experience is eye-opening. I learned to offer myself empathy which not only helped me become more empathetic towards my daughter, but has also prevented potential outbursts. I feel so much calmer around situations that would have driven me crazy before.
Melissa Kinnicutt, Caregiver to School-Age Children:
First and from my heart, Noelle is amazing and this class is going to change lives and make the world a better place! Her knowledgeable understanding and passion for this subject is engaging and inspiring. I know anyone who is raising or working with children would find this course informative, useful, and inspiring.
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