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Parenting Resources, Coaching, & Consulting

Love & Logic® Parenting Classes, Parent Coaching, and Counseling with Kindred Counseling, PLLC

Hi!  I’m Brittni–I’m a counselor and Love & Logic® facilitator, but you might call me a Heart Healer, Mama Motivator, or Relationship Re-charger instead.

Through several years as a therapist, school counselor, Love & Logic parenting facilitator, and mama of three kids, I’ve had the honor of listening to clients’ stories and helping them return to the life they’ve envisioned.  I hold a Master’s in Clinical Counseling & School Counseling, and am a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Counselor Candidate.  I take all the fancy research, theories and methodologies and use that to help you get unstuck–but to you, it will feel less like theory and more like genuine empathy.  Someone who gets you, someone who is on your side, a kindred connection.

Love & Logic® Classes
About:  Love and Logic® is a research-backed parenting program that teaches parents of children ages 18 months to 18 years how to stay calm when kids misbehave, gain cooperation the first time, and deliver effective consequences.

Brittni’s emphasis is on helping parents build healthy, strong relationships with their kids that will last a lifetime.  She pulls from her training as a counselor, her years as a school counselor, and the Love & Logic curriculum.

Who teaches the classes?  Brittni Fudge, MA, NCC, LPCC has experience as a school counselor, teacher, and has been teaching Love & Logic for 5 years.  She s a mental health therapist through Kindred Counseling, PLLC and has 3 children of her own.

Tip for parents:  Parenting can be tough and leave you thinking you don’t know what you’re doing.  Love & Logic can give you some concrete tools and phrases to say that will help you remain calm so you can nurture your relationship with your children.
Location:  Class locations vary but are generally in central Denver or Stapleton.  You can also host a class in your home with your friends and neighbors.  Contact Brittni for more information.

Email:  [email protected]

Phone:  303-868-4207


Ginny Trierweiler Consulting

About:  Parent coaching and education for conscious parents

Tip:  Young children are much more capable than we think and we need to let them do more for themselves.

Free Offer:  45-minute parent consultation — sign up at website under “Contact Us”

Phone:  720-581-8957

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  www.bornforbrilliance.com

The Family Room
About:  We provide high-quality evidence-based education and support services to families with young children. This includes support groups, classes, and workshops such as Birth Knowledge Childbirth Education, Toddler Dance, Dancing for Birth, Sleep Support Group, Discipline with Yes, Birth of a Sibling and Infant and Toddler playgroups.  Many of our classes come with FREE childcare.
Address:  6279 W 38th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Email:  [email protected]
Phone:  (303) 356-6244
Website:  http://www.thefamilyroomdenver.com



Leading Edge Parenting
About:  Internationally acclaimed parenting coaches, Sandi and Melissa Schwartz, are a mother-daughter team helping parents raise confident, responsible, happy children.

1-on-1 coaching gives you the exact language to use with your kids to establish authentic connections and clear expectations. Positively change your relationship and their behavior — for the highest good.

The Parent Cleanse was designed for busy parents who are tired of feeling stressed, frustrated and overwhelmed. You are constantly inundated with toxic messages, unhealthy thoughts and limiting beliefs. This transformative 21 day eCourse flushes out the crappy thoughts you’re holding about yourself and your children.

Tip for customers:  Trust your inner guidance.

Discount:  Our free eBook, “Emotionally Healthy Discipline” gives parents the wisdom to transform defiance into cooperation. It demystifies why kids act out, what misbehavior is really communicating and how to handle tantrums without driving yourself crazy. It concludes with a new parenting toolbox with practical language to use with toddlers to teens.

Address:  7632 Herschel Ave, La Jolla, CA 92037
Phone:  1(800)658-1454

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  www.leadingedgeparenting.com


The Well Sessions:  A Listening Company

About:  I maintain a Facebook resource page,  The Parenting Well, where I list authoritative, connected parenting, positive/peaceful parenting, and gentle discipline articles. It is also a forum where people can ask parenting questions and get ideas/support. I also run quarterly, low cost, parent support groups locally and individual parent focused counseling sessions over the phone/in home.

Phone:  (720) 675-9754

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  www.thewellsessions.com

Parenting Support Groups


About:  We are a support group designed just for you, the at-home mother! You are interested in the world around you, want a variety of activities for you and your children, and are proud of your choice of at-home mothering for your families! We know, because we’re at-home mothers, too!  You need a support group that understands your special needs as an at-home mother and we’re it! We are the first, largest and fastest growing support group specifically for ALL at-home mothers.

Email:  [email protected]

Location:  Groups in Aurora, Broomfield, Cherry Creek, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Littleton, Parker, Stapleton, Tri-Lakes, Westminster, and Windsor

Website:  www.momsclub.org/links.html

Mentoring 4 Moms

About:  Whether you want help with discipline, coping with the anxiety of being a new mom, or wanting to dig deeper into who you are as a mom, Mentoring 4 Moms offers a 15-week curriculum to help support your personal growth. In addition, we offer a mentoring program designed to connect moms with similar values, beliefs, parenting styles, and life experience and match moms according to their unique needs and strengths. Unlike typical mommy groups, support is provided within the context of relationship with a trained mentor who has taken the time to get to know you and your story. And instead of giving advice, our program focuses on helping you tune inward to discover your purpose, identity, values and strengths, both inside and outside of motherhood.

Please join our online Facebook support group at bit.ly/Mentoring4MomsGroup or complete an application to become a mentor or mentee for our program at bit.ly/MentorMomApplication or bit.ly/MenteeMomApplication (case sensitive).

At this time, all of our services are provided free of charge.

Phone:  720-934-1671

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  mentoring4moms.com

Our program coordinators are licensed counselors in the area of maternal mental health, social work, and school counseling.


About:  MOPS connects moms all over the world to a community of women, in their own neighborhoods, who meet together to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of motherhood. MOPS groups are rallying women to be more honest, to feel more equipped and to find our identity by journeying alongside one another.MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, and by preschoolers we mean kiddos from birth through kindergarten.

Website:  http://www.mops.org

Email:  [email protected]


The Mama’hood

About:  The Mama’hood offers opportunities for parents to connect through groups such as Moms and Dads groups, The 4th Trimester groups, and Momma Circles.

Address:  2902 Zuni Street  Denver, CO 80211

Phone: 303.643.5662

Email: [email protected]

Website:  themamahood.com

MOD Moms

About:  MOD Moms is a mom’s club supporting families of the Front Range.  MOD Moms is a community of diverse moms dedicated to supporting each other and getting the most out of life.  This inclusive group is geared for moms and families in all phases of life.  With daily activities from playgroups to happy hours, we invite you to meet the moms who will become your friends for life.

Our vision is to build a compassionate community of women who support, befriend, and engage through the resources we provide to enhance their journey through motherhood.  MOD Moms has events every day of the week, every time of the day.

Please check out all of our partnerships in the Denver Area here.

Address:  P.O. Box 270125, Louisville, CO 80027-5002

Phone:  303-5431-1013

Email address:  [email protected]

Website:  www.modmomsnorth.org


Circle of Parents Support Groups

About:  Circle of Parents® Support Groups offer safe, confidential, non-judgmental places to share with and learn from other parents and build upon your strengths. It’s so comforting to be with those who understand what you’re feeling and experiencing! Some groups meet the specific needs of parents of toddlers, single parents, or grandparents raising grandchildren, while other groups are good for parents with children of all ages. Groups are parent-directed and leadership is shared with a trained Families First facilitator. They are free and meet weekly in various locations in the metro Denver area and now there are a few groups outside the Metro Area.  See their website for more information.

Website:  http://familiesfirstcolorado.org/circlegroup.html



About:  It’s fun to connect with other moms. Through the Denver chapter of MomsLikeMe.com, parents get in touch, share experiences and support, and ask questions about parenting. The site grows every day, with new forums and posts, polls and resources updated regularly – all designed to help mothers deal with life as a parent and life as a woman in general. Looking for kid-friendly activities? This Web resource is a good place to start. MomsLikeMe.com also features an ever-changing calendar of events in the Denver area for those single moms looking to meet up with other single parents or just find activities and events for their children. Moms who sign up as members will also hear about other activities and news that affect the family through regular e-mail newsletters.

Website:  www.denver.momslikeme.com

Postpartum Support Groups

Hope 4 Moms Support Circle

About:  This is a psychoeducation Support Group that meets on Wednesdays 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. Please contact Mary Anderson Schroeter, LCSW for more information.

Address:  2629 W Main Street  Suite 140, Littleton, CO 80120

Phone:  303-883-7271

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  www.integrativepathwayscounseling.com 


Afterglow: Postpartum Support Group

About:  Are you struggling with the transition to adding a baby to your family?  Maybe you are experiencing anxiety, sadness, anger or unwelcome thoughts?  Perhaps this experience is more difficult than you anticipated?
You are not alone.  Come join other mamas as we walk this journey together, offering support form each other and coping skills from a therapist.  Babies are welcome!

Address: Luna Counseling Center
6000 East Evans Ave. Building 1, Suite 255 Denver, CO 80222

Date/Time:  1st and 3rd Saturdays 10:00-11:15 am

Website:  www.lunacounselingcenter.com


Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program

About:  The Healthy Expectations Perinatal Mental Health Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado supports pregnant women and women struggling with mood and anxiety issues after birth, as well as their families, with group therapy and evidence-based care. We provide evaluations for medical, psychological and/or social matters in the perinatal period.  The Healthy Expectations program is recognized as the Rocky Mountain leader in perinatal mood disorders treatment for pregnant and postpartum women. With free group support and evidence-based psychotherapy, Healthy Expectations draws upon experts from various medical and mental health disciplines including psychiatry, psychology, pediatrics, nursing, and social work.

Groups include Bearing Hope (a topic-based support group where pregnant women can connect, learn and find support as they navigate the complex path toward motherhood), Mother-Infant Therapy Group (an evidence-based, 12-week psychotherapeutic group), Mothers and Moods Support (a free weekly mom-to-mom support group offered to moms with postpartum issues who can’t come to the therapy group due to insurance or scheduling issues).

Support Groups for Single Mothers & Families Experiencing Divorce

New Beginnings

About: This resource for single moms living in Denver is a home for new or expecting moms who want to start motherhood off on the right foot. New Beginnings is a Christian organization that offers several programs to support new mothers, including housing arrangements for one year where moms learn the skills necessary to be a successful parent. Other programs include household management, financial stability, professional and spiritual counseling, and academic improvement to start a career path.

Address:  P.O. Box 423  Aurora, CO 80040

Phone: (800) 720-6667

Website:  www.homeformothers.com 


Divorce Care For Kids

About:  DC4K provides your children with a safe and neutral place to gain an age-appropriate understanding of separation and divorce. They will learn how to process and share their feelings.

For 13 weeks your children become involved in a fun, caring group that meets near you.

Each session is filled with motivating and exciting activities. Games, crafts, role-playing, discussion times, journaling, and activity books help your children process the divorce and move forward in their lives.

DC4K is designed for kids 5–12 years of age.

Their website also features a Parent Zone, which provides helpful articles to assist you on your single-parenting journey. Uplifting messages encourage you. Inspiring articles written from personal experience guide you.

Website:  https://www.dc4k.org


Single Mothers of Color, Inc.

Single Mothers of Color, Inc. is an advocacy organization for working single moms of color. This resource helps on-their-own moms find and use information to improve their lives and their families through growth, education and career advisement. It provides a safe environment for single mothers of color to talk about parenting, society and the workforce.

Address:  P.O. Box 40983, Denver, CO 80204

Phone:  (303) 293-2126

Address:  www.smocdenver.org

Childcare Resources

Au Pair Aficionado

About:  Au Pair Aficionado helps families find childcare that fits their schedule and lifestyle with au pair matching and placement.

Welcoming an au pair into your home provides you with 45 hours of childcare each week for the same cost no matter how many children you have. It also opens up the door to your home for a new cultural experience and an extra set of hands when you need it most. Childcare you can trust like family.

Contact Mandi directly for a code for FREE registration to start matching with au pairs. 

Phone:  303-525-7487

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  http://mkirkwood.aupairnews.com/

Qualistar Early Learning

Address:  Qualistar Early Learning is the child care resource and referral network for the state of Colorado. The network consists of 15 agencies throughout the state that assist parents, child care providers, and their local communities. Qualistar’s Child Care Resource and Referral Network provides guidance by phone, through workshops, newsletters, and in person to parents interested in local child care providers, information on state licensing requirements, and the availability of child care subsidies.

In July 2005, Qualistar launched a new 1-877-388-CARE (2273) phone line, which provides a direct, one-stop source for Colorado parents to reach their local Child Care Resource and Referral office.

The Child Care Resource and Referral Network annually provides more than 22,000 Colorado parents with detailed information about the child care available in their local community. By phone, or online, Colorado parents can access information about locations, Qualistar Ratings, costs, hours of operation, care philosophies, and much more.

Website:  http://www.qualistar.org/

Mommy Mixer

About: Frazzled moms, rejoice. Founded in 2003, MommyMixer® connects busy families in need of part-time babysitting with high-quality college students. At each hour-long Mixer, moms personally interview a number of candidates and leave with an A+ list of potential babysitters. Many candidates are not only used for babysitting, but also act as family-assistants: running errands, helping with organization, planning and producing birthday parties, etc. For information about Denver Mommy Mixer, email [email protected].

Best of all, it’s a bargain. Costing just $100 for first-time families (free for sitters) and taking only an hour, our Mixers are a time-efficient, cost-effective alternative to part-time nanny placement services, answering classified ads or using online sitter database services. Whether you need help 20 hours a week or if you just need an occasional babysitter on hand for a quick break, MommyMixer can connect you to our exclusive network of great sitter candidates who want to help you and your family.  Learn more at

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  mommymixer.com


KidsTown Drop-In Child Care Centers

About:  KidsTown Drop-In Child Care Centers are committed to providing licensed, highly qualified, clean and safe child care centers for families in Colorado. The centers are licensed to accept children between the ages of 12 months and 12 years.

The KidsTown philosophy is to provide a safe and secure environment, while providing children with a fun, exciting, and entertaining place to visit. They strive to make each visit a new and positive experience, where children learn new skills, play with new toys, participate in group games and circle time activities, create art projects, and interact socially with other children. These activities are scheduled throughout the day to encourage learning in new areas and to provide children with additional social, physical and cognitive development.

Many KidsTown locations provide a structured Preschool Program, with no special enrollment or commitment. All locations have separate activities for older children, including games and books, and an area where they can play a variety of video games or watch movies.

KidsTown currently has locations in Parker, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Broomfield, Castle Rock, and Fort Collins. For more information and rates, visit the KidsTown website.

Website: kidstowncenters.com



About:  Care.com is a premier source of trustworthy care options for every family member: children, elderly parents, and even pets.  The new Day Care Directory is a comprehensive nationwide listing of day care providers which allows users to search by zip code. In addition to the Day Care Directory, Care.com also provides access to babysitter and nanny listings as well as articles and advice for parents and child care providers.

Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.care.com


About:  Sittercity.com is an online platform that connects parents and babysitters and helps providing childcare that is secure, trustworthy, and fits the parents’ needs. For over 14 years, Sittercity has been helping parents find the right match with over two million caregiver profiles nationwide.

Website: https://www.sittercity.com/

Email: [email protected]

Child Care Aware

About:  Child Care Aware is a nonprofit organization committed to helping parents through online resources. Find the best information on locating quality child care and child care resources in your community.

Phone: (800) 424-2246

Email: [email protected]

Website: childcareaware.org

Nanny Institute

About:  The Nanny Institute database contains a nationwide registry of the best-rated nanny agencies in the country and includes all major and small local agencies as well as independent nannies. Select agencies by state from a dropdown list.

Website:  nannyinstitute.com

Kiddie Up Nannies

About:  Leaving your child with the right person is a big deal! That is exactly why Kiddie Up Nannies is here! It is our mission to support, educate and assist every parent. We can be as involved in the process as you need or simply offer a helping hand. Kiddie Up’s services are individually customized based upon the needs of our clients.

We are a full-service agency that places full-time and part-time nannies, occasional sitters, overnight care and event nannies. We have over 150 nannies within our database and assist close to 200 families annually with just our placement services. Our nannies have at least 3 years of experience, CPR and First Aid certified, they have gone through our extensive interview process and detailed background checks.

The second tier of Kiddie Up Nannies is the class we offer. Kiddie Up Nannies hosts Find-a-Nanny 101 & Nanny Share Social class. During the class, we discuss questions to ask a nanny, reference and background checks, taxes, insurance, contracts and more! After the informational piece, we give families the opportunity to meet other families looking for nanny shares and of course, we touch on ways to compile a successful nanny share! You can see our upcoming schedule here: http://www.kiddieupnannies.com/classes-events/

Thirdly, if you are a do-it-yourself-er, the Find-A-Nanny Toolkit is a great option! The Nanny Toolkit provides parents with the tools they need to place a nanny on their own. The process can be overwhelming, but this step by step guide keeps you focuses and on track to place your child’s perfect caretaker!

Tip:  I like to think of it this way… Could I change my oil in my car on my own? Probably. Do I have the tools or knowledge to do it? No, not really. Do I have the time or resources to learn how? Maybe. Do I really want to spend my precious time scouring YouTube trying to figure it out, or buying expensive tools? Even worse, I would really prefer not to climb under my car, get all oily and figure it out. It would be much, much easier to call a professional. Someone who deals with oil changes every day. Someone that is so knowledgeable, focused and experienced- they are the ones I want to call!
Could you find a nanny on your own? Yes. Do you know what you’re looking for, what questions to ask, information about taxes, where to find nannies, what to include in a contract?

Being a Kiddie Up client you will have these answers. Do you have the time it takes to dedicate to the process? No! Your time is valuable and most likely you have a few thousand other things you could be doing. You need Kiddie Up Nannies. You need an expert that knows the ins and outs of the industry. You need someone who will ask the right questions, keep you on track and guide you throughout the process. You need a service that will listen, care and offer customized support. You need Kiddie Up Nannies.

Phone:  720-583-5148

Email:  [email protected]

Website:  KiddieUpNannies.com