Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What's included in this course?
A: There are 6 modules of content, which include video and text lectures, practice videos (for following along to practice the tools), and printable PDF worksheets. You can browse the sections by scrolling up to "Course Curriculum" above.
Q: How long are the videos?
A: It depends on the subject matter, but videos vary from about 3 to 15 minutes. Total video content for the whole course is about 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Q: Is there homework?
A: Yes! The beauty of this course is that you will actually experience, practice, and put into daily action the tools you learn about. There is both weekly homework and daily practice homework. You will also finish the course with a solid plan for how you'll keep practicing a few of the tools regularly so that they become your default response to rising frustration or stress.
Q: I've got a full schedule already (hello, life with kids!). Will I be able to fit this in? How much time will the homework take?
A: This course is designed to help you explore a series of simple, quick but potent tools that can bring you back to calm in a short amount of hands-on time. The course material itself is about 30-45 minutes per week. There are also two types of homework: weekly work and daily practice. The weekly homework should take about 15-30 minutes per week and daily practice about 5 minutes, with the exception of Module 5 which is a little longer for both. The key to getting the most out of this course is the short but consistent daily practice. (But don't worry! You'll craft a specific plan to help you succeed.)
Q: Is this course self-paced? Or do I have to finish within a certain time?
A: This course has 6 modules which are released once per week. Once a module is released, you have access to it for one year from the purchase date of the course, so you can work through the material at a pace that works for you. That being said, the structure of weekly modules is there to help you stay focused within a specific timeframe and actually finish the course.