Your Guide to Finding Peace
Naturotherapist & Parenting Coach Charlene Savoie, B.A., R.T.C., specializes in Naturopathic consultations and is a member of the Alliance of Professional of Naturopaths and Naturotherapists (A.P.N.N.). and a member of EFTi (Emotional Freedom Technique International) She started her career in this field over twenty years ago as a social worker at the Department of Children and Families in the United States. Since then she has worked with over 850 families, children and/or individuals. Charlene is also a mother of two boys and a former foster mother to high risk teens. So she completely understands that sometimes, parenting can be less than peaceful! And keeping daily stress low & releasing anxiety helps us to have more peace within!
Charlene specializes in assisting families with children from the ages 2-18. Plus she works with couples that do not have children re-build their relationships. On top of this, she assists individuals to release stress, anxiety & trauma.
She has her B.A. in Sociology and is certified in Reality Therapy and Choice Theory through the William Glasser Institute, certified in Time Line Therapy(R), certified coach of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Accredited, Certified EFT Practitioner and completed Hypnotherapist training. Charlene also completed training in non-violent crisis intervention, “No Such Thing As A Bad Kid” program, suicide intervention training, some training at the Autism Resource Center, and much much more.
Charlene’s passion is to assist people, including children, in having more peace within themselves.
You can contact Charlene by clicking HERE.
*** Private consultations with Charlene are COVERED by most private health insurance plans.
Teen Resilence Conference
Charlene was an expert speaker at the Teen Resilence Conference on line summit in 2017.
Raising Children to Never Give Up
Charlene was also an expert speaker at the Raising Children to Never Give up on line summit in June 2017 which was hosted out of England.
Early Staff Training for Childhood Family Resource
Charlene facilitated staff training for the Early Childhood Family Resource centre de ressources à la petite enfance in November 2016
Interview on CBC Radio
Charlene was interviewed on CBC Radio May 24th, 2013 regarding Online/Social Media use and your children/teenagers. Click on the link below, and scroll down to archives-Story is called online advice-dated May 2013.
Parenting Matters Forum
Charlene was a guess speaker at the Parenting Matters Forum giving by Support to Single Parents in Moncton. (May 2013)
“How to Raise Teenagers Without Raising your Blood Pressure” Seminar
Charlene taught “How to Raise Teenagers Without Raising your Blood Pressure” seminar at Support to Single Parents in the Spring and Winter sessions in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
CBC Radio Interview
Charlene was interviewed on CBC Radio September 19th, 2012. Click on link, scroll down to archives-story is called–“Disciplined Parenting” date Sept. 19th, 2012.
Staff Training at the Moncton Motessori School
Provided training to the staff at the Moncton Motessori School. This was a one day seminar in which Charlene helped to add tools to the staff’s tool box and questions were answered. What a great option for parents and children to have in the Moncton area AND coming soon they will have a branch in Dieppe. The staff was hungry to learn and it was a pleasure to work with them.
Charlene offered a free workshop at the Boomer’s Revolution Expo called “How to parent teenagers or adult children still living in your home without raising your blood pressure”.
Petitcodiac Regional School seminar for Foster Parents
Charlene offered a free workCharlene went to Petitcodiac Regional School twice in 2011 and presented two different seminars to foster parents/parents.shop at the Boomer’s Revolution Expo called “How to parent teenagers or adult children still living in your home without raising your blood pressure”.
S.T.E.P. parenting class at Support to Single Parents
Charlene taught a S.T.E.P. parenting class at Support to Single Parents. This is an eight week course.
“How to decrease acting out and increase learning and cooperation” - Professional Development Seminar
On October 28th, 2010 Charlene Savoie and Kaitlin Creamer presented to 450 staff members of District 2 a professional development seminar. The seminar is called “How to decrease acting out and increase learning and cooperation”. They hope to present this to other school districts in N.B., P.E.I. and N.S.
Parenting Teenager course at Family Services Moncton
In November 2010 and November 2011 Charlene presented her Parenting Teenager course at Family Services Moncton.
Effective Discipline Techniques Workshop - at the Parent Palooza at the Moncton Market
Sunday Nov. 14th Charlene presented a free workshop at the first annual Parent Palooza at the Moncton Market. The workshop addressed Effective Discipline techniques for 2-12 year olds.
Support to Single Parents
Charlene taught at Support Single Parents for seven years.