Do you worry about their future, and want to offer them the best support - but fall into confusion around how much freedom is the “right amount”?
It’s not your fault!
Your vision might be to build consent-based and equitable relationships. Still you often end up in power struggles with your kids.
When that happens, it’s easy ending up feeling like failing adult. But you know what? None of this is really your fault!
You’re just caught in the space between your own values and ideas, and the patterns of outdated, authoritarian ways.
But don't despair! It IS possible to:
- Break generational cycles of power imbalance in relationships;
- Heal from unhealthy relational patterns;
- Co-create a new way of relating to and communicating with your kids.
If you want to gain more clarity in your unschooling life, feel more confidence in your parenting and develop more trust in your relationship with your kids, we've got the program for you!
Co-create a consent based learning culture with your kid(s).
Understand where you are in your deschooling path and identify your path towards liberation.
Get grounded in your role is as an unschooling parent.
Identify and learn strategies to let go of control and power over your kid(s).
Develop more collaborative, equitable relationships with your kid(s) and family.
Develop more trust in your kid(s) and deschooling journey.
Release fears of screwing up your kids’ future.
Shed anxiety about hanging out with friends & family that hold different beliefs & approaches.
5 Accountability Partner SessionsGive and receive support!
We pair you up with another participant and every two weeks, you work together to support one another. It's a giving and receiving that empowers you to keep on doing the work outside the coaching sessions. If you want to, you can keep this up even after the program is over!
Deeply Deschooling Support KitA unique guide to support you during and after the program
We have created this guide to provide you with some extra support during and after the program. It contains: The importance of modeling; Authenticity; Dealing with Limiting Beliefs; Change of behavior; Fear of the Adult Gaze; How to reconnect to you inner compass; the Seven Keys to centering relationships.
Access to our community portalWe're all in this together!
Access to our online (non-Facebook) community portal where we gather to share reflections, insights, resources, celebrations and cheer each other on in community as we dive into this deep work together.
Who is this program for?
Deeply Deschooling is for parents (and grand-parents!) that feel confused about what deschooling means and how to navigate the process. If you're unsure of what your role as an unschooling parent is, and are struggling to find a balance between supporting autonomy and setting boundaries this is where you'll get the support you need.
What topics do you cover?
The content of the program is partly pre-defined (based upon our experience in what we see parents struggle with), partly co-created with the partcipants depending on your needs.
What do you support us with?
We help you to develop more collaborative, equitable relationships with your kid(s) and family, through letting go of power and control while learning how to trust your kids more.
What will I learn and develop?
You get the tools to break generational cycles of power imbalance in relationships; heal from oppressive relational patterns; and co-create a new way of relating and communicating with the youth in your life. You rediscover your true purpose as a parent so that you can support the autonomy and freedom in your kids.
What's your role in the program?
Our job is to support you by holding space, listening, mirroring and sometimes challenging limiting thoughts or beliefs. We provide you with concrete tools in order to navigate your deschooling process with more ease. We also share our experience, knowledge, knowhow and expertise in order to help you move from where you're stuck to where you want to go. That being said, you will get out what you put in. In other words, the outcome will depend on your own efforts, commitment to the process and willingness to do the deep work.
Becka is an experienced teacher gone rogue, with an extensive and unique path within alternative education. Having grown up in the Montessori system in Sweden, she moved to Mexico in 2003 where she founded two Waldorf initiatives and Explora, Mexico’s first Agile Learning Center. Deeply committed to youth rights & liberation advocacy, Becka dedicates most of her time training parents, teachers and facilitators, and creating content for SDE families. She is the mama of a neurodivergent teenage unschooler.
Becka is a master at connecting the dots and sharing bounds of knowledge in impactful and meaningful ways that are changing the very fabric of the world we live in: she’s a catalyst. Her unique commitment and determination to advocate for youth liberation while supporting parents and facilitators in evolving their conscious communication is a fountain of inspiration.
Having directed and facilitated two Agile Learning Communities (Cottonwood in NYC & Explora in Puerto Escondido, Mexico), Sari is passionate about youth liberation, social justice, community building, conscious parenting & equitable relationships, and works towards creating impactful and long lasting social change. She is the mama to a 9yr old neurodivergent unschooler and an experienced parent coach & trainer sought out and appreciated for her clear and practical focus.
Sari is a badass communicator and great at both conflict resolution and setting firm yet loving boundaries. She is a true defender of kids’ freedom, and always finds ways of advocating for their autonomy and independence. She has an amazing gift in creating intentional & conscious cultures.
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“Before Deeply Deschooling I was struggling with wanting to change everything around me. During the program, I realized that what I really needed to change were things within myself. My deschooling process led me to start making small changes - and many small changes make a big difference! I’ve let go of trying to control things beyond my control. Sari's and Becka’s lived experiences (from a place of openness and fullness) proved to be a far better support than I could have ever imagined.”Kati
“I feel both grateful for and extremely satisfied with all the support I've received during the Deeply Deschooling program. It's an experience that have left me feeling fully alive, totally connected to myself and everyone else around me. I'm so grateful to finally have had the opportunity to experience true vulnerability, authenticity, curiosity, diversion, creativity and infinite play! Thank you Sari and Becka for guiding me in my process and showing me how to become free.”Daniela
“I feel so incredibly grateful for all of the things I've learned from you and all the support I've gotten through the Deeply Deschooling coaching program. It has been tremendously helpful. I can see where I used to be, and where I am now, and it's such a different place. The deschooling work is so radical and requires so much courage that if I hadn't had all that support, I wouldn't have been in a good place right now. But I am because of everything I've learned! Thank you so much!”Liz
“Sari and Becka helped me in understanding myself better - how I was wounded and why. Now I’m more capable of actually having deeper conversations with my kids. I listen better to them, while also learning how to express myself with them. Before, I never asked my kids for consent. I just imposed myself and never really talked to them about “real” things. I used to judge them a lot. Now, I know how to observe them with curiosity. I feel so much more confident in my role as a parent!”Valeria