Connect with Yourself, Others and the Planet.

Are you seeking new, different and successful ways to connect and communicate? Do you crave fulfilling relationships with your partner, friends, parents, children and co-workers? You may feel you are different from everyone else in this desire, but the good news is that you aren’t—we’re all on this journey together.

You, like many others, are likely experiencing a love/hate relationship with our fast paced, technology-driven world. This may leave you feeling anxious, confused, alone…perhaps even depressed. The truth is, you don’t have to struggle anymore. You CAN harness the power of true connection and cultivate compassion for yourself and others.

The new science and practice of Thriving Relationships offers an evolutionary approach to genuinely connecting in any situation. Come experience—through evidence-based research, expert knowledge, and tools and techniques that work—what it means to cultivate Thriving Relationships. As a result, be prepared to awaken each day with the ability to connect to kindness and compassion within you, as well as with others and the planet we live on. It’s time to start living life deeply!

Don't Just Survive, Sur-Thrive!

Learn 5 Remarkably Simple Ways To Effectively Re-Connect With Yourself & Others To Cultivate Thriving Relationships…In Life And Business.

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“Recently, in my corporate workplace, I felt my employees weren’t including me in things and that my manager just didn’t ‘get me’. I was taking everything personally and was unhappy and depressed as a result. I liked my work, but my environment was feeling hostile. It reached the point where I didn’t want to get up and go to work! Dr. Parker helped me to have self-compassion and taught me the skills to not take everything personally. She also helped me to understand how to communicate my needs to my colleagues and manager. Dr. Parker’s knowledge and understanding of my situation was invaluable, helping me to see and understand a new and effective way to connect and communicate.”

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