Here is a talk I gave to a company recently, sharing the 9 Principles of Change especially as it relates to helping our young people navigate all the incredible change going on in the world. Listen to it as my guest.
I did a super fun cheering video with my friend Cameron Hughes! Listen in….we talk about the roller coaster that is life, true friendship, how we educate our kids, what keeps us happy and the importance of cheering yourself and your friends on big time!!
I did a fun hour-long conversation on parenting and raising kids. We discussed emotional resilience, re-parenting ourselves, handling change, why spiritual life skills are important and how to actually enjoy the whole thing! Please watch and enjoy.
I am very passionate about kindness and even more so, about self-kindness! Your inner dialogue and that of your children literally determines so much of how we feel and how we act in our lives. I was interviewed for this article, originally by Azoomee and was published in Little London Magazine.
I enjoyed writing this latest article for Psychology Today. There has been much talk about how hard homeschooling and isolation is for parents….and not enough on how kids are dealing with all this. I speak about my own experience and suggest 5 things that can help our kids navigate these challenging times.
Ariane has been invited to be the Keynote speaker at a multi-day conference in South Africa, entitled Professional Minds. Her focus will be on incorporating various life skills into the pediatric and teaching professions. Cape Town March 8th, 2020 Johannesburg March 15th, 2020
Ariane has been invited to attend as a special guest, at Bill Gross Idealab Investor conference in Pasadena. This is a unique opportunity to be part of an incredible group of start up entrepreneurs and investors. Feb 6-7th 2020, Los Angeles
Ariane has been invited to speak at the Mothers Ball event at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC, Dec 14-15th, 2019. She will be discussing life skills for kids and social/emotional learning together with Dr Harvey Karp and the founders of Slumberkins