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Seeing My Time® 
Group Course for Parents of Young Children  

Boy holding a clock representing time management support for young children

As a parent, do you struggle more with time management now than before you had a child?

You are not alone! 

Raising young children can wreak havoc on parents' own time management and organization skills. The strategies that were effective before you had children may no longer work for you.

Are you struggling to:

  • Prioritize what needs to get done?
  • Understand the competing information you are exposed to on social media?
  • Juggle the number of balls you have in the air at any one time?
  • Stay on top of your own schedule, let alone your child's schedule?

In this online course, you will:

  • Learn about your own brain and why you struggle.
  • Identify when your brain needs external supports in order to support those of your child.
  • Recognize how other family members' brains struggle and why there is often one person who is the executive brain for the household.
  • Understand how to better use planning tools to calm the chaos of parenting and running a household.
  • Go home with tools and strategies that you can use to teach your own children explicitly about time and executive functioning. 

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Location: Online via Zoom Webinar


*For one or two parents. A Seeing My Time® Workbook ($22) is required for each participant. These can be purchased on our website "Shop > Books and Planners".

About The Course

  • Taught by Early Childhood Educator and Seeing My Time Instructor Julie Miller
  • Designed for parents of children aged 2-11
  • Group course setting to gain support from peers
  • Designed for parents who are juggling expectations in multiple roles and who may also struggle with their own executive functions as well as those of their child
  • This class is designed to support the parent's brain in order to support your child
Julie Miller


Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:

How do I get my Workbook?

What happens if I miss a class?

I feel comfortable with my own executive functions, but I find my child's behavior challenging. Is this the right class for me?

My Child is older than 11. Is this the right class for me?

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