Friendship, Conflict & Bullying Workshop

Are kids meaner these days? Has the internet made bullying worse? Is this what friends are like?

In this workshop you will learn how to:

  • understand the difference between mean, unkindness & bullying
  • how to teach children to self-advocate
  • support kids with navigating friendship in the-between years
  • when adults need to intervene

 Wednesday May 22, 2024

7-8:30 p.m.

Cost $45

Facilitated by Tara Gratto M.S.Ed., MA, OCT

Tara supports parents and caring adults of children toddler through early teen with feelings, emotional regulation and social-emotional wellbeing. 

A long-time educator and former preschool owner, Tara has over two decades of experience working with children and families.

She is the host of Tara’s Take: Parenting, Education & Life With Kids Podcast and author of comic picture book The Adventures of Team Brain.

What People Are Saying:

Tara knows how kids think and how their brains work. She has served as an invaluable translator for me, helping me truly and deeply understand what is developmentally appropriate for my kids, what is motivating their behaviours, and what is the best way to help them be their best selves.

$45.00 CAD

Nature of Advice & FAQ

This program was created for educational purposes only. Any references links, resources or content are not intended as a substitute for medical or professional mental health advice. 

As a consultant and parent educator you can expect me to:

  • Encourage you to reflect on your role as a parent/caregiver
  • Develop meaningful and attainable goals
  • Provide you with lessons, frameworks and extensions to support your goals
  • Provide a space for listening, sharing and problem solving
  • Uphold a high ethical standard as mandated by my teaching certifications
  • Respect all confidentiality and intellectual property agreements

Importance of maintaining a collaborative and professional relationship:

The coaching and consulting relationship is a professional relationship.  A successful consultant/client relationship relies on a collaborative relationship. It is the responsibility of the consultant to facilitate and help clients develop their skills and abilities by providing feedback and offering educational opportunities for learning and growing. 

 Role of consultant and educator versus medical or mental health professional:

In my role as consultant and educator, my advice and recommendations encourage behavioural change through lifestyle changes, problem solving skill development, education, and reflective practices.  The programs and advice I offer are not intended to replace the advice or guidance of medical or mental health experts and should not be considered therapy.  Medical and mental health experts are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of emotional and psychological problems and have therapeutic designations.  As a parent consultant and coach I am not a mediator, therapist or crisis intervention responder.

As a client you are expected to:

  • Be honest with yourself and with me.
  • Commit to reflecting on your mindset and setting goals.
  • Take ownership and responsibility for your progress and accomplishments.

Role and responsibility of the client in the learning process:

It is the responsibility of the client to determine how much change they are willing and able to make.  All plans, lessons, extensions and frameworks provided are the responsibility of the client to implement.  If the client has concerns about the consultant relationship, it is their responsibility to discuss these with the consultant.  Consulting does not offer any guarantees of success or definitive behaviour changes of your child or family.

Intellectual Property

I understand I will not copy, share or distribute material provided through any service/material offered.

Cancellation & Rebooking Policy


Due to the nature of the services provided there are no refunds on Workshops or Programs