Training

Extraordinary Parenting (XP) builds hope and resilience in children with high trauma needs and the families, agencies and communities that serve them. Collectively, XP provides consulting, advocacy, evaluation, intervention and support.

The R.I.S.E. (Relational, Integrative, Supportive, Experiences) Philosophy of Care was created by XP founder Tiffany Sudela-Junker, and is a result of her own parenting transformation, extensive experience and long standing work supporting caregivers, educators, community members and youth as an advocate, educator and coach.

XP provides training for communities, educators, caregivers, law enforcement, organizations, helping professionals and leaders on understanding, integrating the R.I.S.E. Philosophy of Care, a framework for responding to the highly sensitized nervous system, implementing compassionate, trauma informed care, intentionally building hope and resilience through positive memory building experiences and creating relationally rich, biologically respectful, self-healing communities.

Small Group Coaching and Monthly Support Groups

By gathering small groups of caregivers together who may be facing similar challenges, small group coaching offers the opportunity to build a community of support for caregivers, while allowing the group to learn through shared experiences, the wisdom of the group, and by the guidance and wisdom of leaders in the field of Attachment and Trauma. Designed to become self-healing communities over time, these groups are a safe space to share experiences in an alternate parenting journey and to connect with a sense of community often missing for those parenting children with high trauma needs.

Please contact us if you are interested in talking with us about creating or participating in a small group of support for one or more parents or caregivers, or hosting training for your community, law enforcement office or agency, school, group or organization.