Do you want to get out of stuckness, overwhelm, and isolation and find confidence and true joy in parenting your differently wired child?
Are you finding yourself…
- Overwhelmed with the reality of remote/hybrid learning and managing everyone’s needs?
- Craving more peace in your daily life but can’t see a path to getting there?
- Devouring everything you can to learn how to support your child but rarely see results?
- Living with the sense that you have no control over any aspect of your life?
- Burned out because you’re neglecting your self-care and wellness?
- Feeling like you don’t know where to focus your energies?
- Struggling with feelings of isolation and the sense that no one else gets how hard things are?
Then the Differently Wired Club is for you. It’s a unique membership community featuring:
- A hands-on and personal approach
- A supportive community of parents like you
- Live group coaching calls
- Twice-monthly virtual office hours
- Monthly book club featuring virtual author visits
- Game-changing tools and strategies
I’m Debbie Reber. And if you’re part of the TiLT Parenting tribe, you know I’m not just the creator of TiLT and the author of Differently Wired, but I’m also mom to a 16-year-old differently wired son. I’m in the trenches daily. I’m learning from the same experts you are.
I know how overwhelming it can be to make sense of all of the information coming at us from authors, coaches, therapists, teachers, podcasts, blog posts, and online summits, let alone implement it so our family’s life can improve.
I created the Differently Wired Club to cut through the noise and break it down so you can create a path that works for you and put it into practice.
This is how change happens…
Real change, the kind that lasts and truly transforms our day to day lives, takes conscious intention and deliberate implementation. I designed the Differently Wired Club with these four TiLT pillars as the foundation for achieving this.
Here’s what Club members will get each month:
Each month begins with a short video about that month’s theme, including a downloadable PDF support sheet with key takeaways and journal prompts to help you apply the concepts in your own life. (See below for a list of past and upcoming themes.)
Q&A / COACHING CALL
Live 75-minute calls are held with me and parent coach Margaret Webb on the 3rd Wednesday of each month to answer questions and provide group coaching. Members have the opportunity to submit questions in advance so they can get the info they need, regardless of whether or not they can attend live. Recordings and group chat are available the day after the call.
VIRTUAL BOOK CLUB
Each month we’ll read a book aimed at parents of differently wired children, and we’ll have a live call toward the end of the month to discuss the book as a group, in most cases directly with the author. See below for a list of the books we’re reading through September 2021.
TWICE-MONTHLY ‘OFFICE HOURS’
Twice a month we have informal “office hours” where members can join me and/or Margaret Webb in my Zoom room to hang out, chat, connect with other members, and talk about whatever is happening in our worlds. These intimate gatherings are not recorded, and give members a chance to form relationships with others as well.
PRIVATE SUPPORT COMMUNITY
Members can connect to form friendships, seek advice, problem-solve around challenges, cheer each other on, and ask for accountability on the Membership site forums. The best online communities are ones where participants feel a sense of responsibility for everyone else’s success—together we can do anything.
Sneak peek inside the Club…
MONTHLY THEMES WITH LESSONS
3 LIVE CALLS PER MONTH
TAKEAWAYS & REFLECTION QUESTIONS
“TILT” VIDEO, AUDIO & TRANSCRIPT
MONTHLY BOOK CLUB AUTHOR VISITS
PRIVATE DISCUSSION BOARD
Is the Differently Wired Club right for you?
THIS IS FOR YOU IF YOU:
- Have read Differently Wired* and are ready to go deeper
- Are willing to get uncomfortable in order to examine approaches that aren’t best serving you and your family
- Are in alignment with TiLT’s values of optimism, inclusion, and possibility
- Are longing for an authentic community where you can feel safe sharing your journey
- Can dedicate 30-60 minutes each week to show up for yourself
THIS IS NOT FOR YOU IF YOU:
- Are looking for quick fixes
- Believe your child can be “cured” of their neurodifferences
- Are in search of a place to vent about what’s challenging about parenting your child
- Don’t have time to be a resource and support for others within the community
Past & Upcoming Monthly Themes Include:
Managing Your Energy
Reframes & Script Flipping
Fluency & Tricky Behavior
Acceptance for Your Child’s Timeline
Summer Expectations & Planning
What Is / Isn’t Working
Books for the Virtual Book Club
Includes conversation with Dr. Mona Delahooke
Includes conversation with Tina Payne Bryson
Includes conversation with Mark Bertin
Includes conversation with Ned Johnson
Includes conversation with John Duffy
Includes conversation with Ann Douglas
Here’s what Club members are saying…
So often, the days are filled with storms. This class has been my anchor. It is structured in such a way that each theme is easily applied to my unique situation. It allows me to be mindful and self-reflective first, and secondly expand out to the community, which always brings about connection, understanding, and growth.
The Club has helped me to focus on one thing at a time in my differently wired parenting journey. There are so many awesome books, podcasts, articles, and online summits out there, but the information overload can feel sometimes paralyzing. The Club makes small goals feel manageable and realistic, along with a community of people working through similar challenges. I find it also helps me process the journey I’m on much more cheaply than therapy.
The content is spot on and so helpful and I really appreciate the flexibility in accessing the courses; each week has an option to re-watch the video, download an audio file and/or download an PDF transcript, which allows me to experience the course fully and in my time.
Debbie, thank you so much for all you give to parents like me of differently wired children. This Club is just so supportive, positive and full of practical take homes that we can try straight away in our families. I appreciate being part of it so much and would thoroughly recommend it to other parents.
This club has taught me that in order to take care of my kids, I need to first take care of myself. I highly recommend the Coaching Calls and Discussion boards, where I frequently ask questions and get support from a like-minded community. Makes this journey of being a caregiver to a differently wired child a little less scary and lonely.
I love being a part of this club. The monthly themes/focus with the related masterclass and live coaching sessions are excellent. I always learn something new that I can apply to my own personal growth and parenting my 11 year old daughter with greater love and understanding. I feel so much less alone and more hopeful about parenting by being a part of this group!
Your Differently Wired Club Guides
DEBBIE REBER — FOUNDER & LEADER
Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, keynote speaker, and the founder of TiLT Parenting, a top podcast, community, and educational resource for parents raising differently wired children. A certified Positive Discipline trainer and a regular contributor to Psychology Today and ADDitude Magazine, Debbie’s newest book is Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World. In November 2018, she spoke at TEDxAmsterdam, delivering a talk entitled Why the Future Will Be Differently Wired. Read more about Debbie here.
MARGARET WEBB — GROUP COACHING & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Margaret Webb is the mom of a 17-year-old son who is on the autism spectrum, a former elementary school educator, and for the past 10 years, has been a certified master life and parenting coach. She weaves together her professional and personal experience with the coaching tools, educational expertise, and parenting strategies she has in her toolbox in order to help parents shift from feeling isolated, anxious, and controlling to feeling more content, confident, and empowered. Learn more about Margaret here.