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Join me on this journey offering you the opportunity to learn how to identify your own triggers and their origin, see your own blind spots and gain tools to manage trigger moments more effectively.

This course offers you the opportunity to create a more fulfilling parent-child relationship as well as live a more conscious life.

  • Transcending Our Triggers, Finding Our Rhythm - The Mindful Solution to Triggers For Parents Workbook

    As we move through this journey together, you will engage with the course material through various exercises that challenge you to apply the principles and knowledge to your own life experiences.

  • Transcending Our Triggers, Finding Our Rhythm - The Mindful Solution to Triggers For Parents Master Class

    This Master Class transcends you from where you are now to a more liberated and less reactive version of yourself. It allows you to identify and experience your triggers more clearly and connect with them before they get the best of you. Upon completion of this course, you will have a greater understanding of how your past experiences have impacted your present life. Most importantly, you will feel confident in your ability to handle triggering situations that may arise, without reverting back to the conditioned response.


Sue is a heart-centered coach, educator, motivational speaker, and writer, working with individuals, corporations and families around the globe to navigate life’s daily challenges.

While integrating education, consciousness, and coaching, Sue helps individuals to feel empowered, grow and thrive. Her passion is to help people deeply connect to themselves, to their children, and of course, to the world around them, creating a brighter future.

Sue also serves as a member of the Wellness Council for the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, focused on researching and identifying best practices related to improving student health. She served as a Guest Parent Specialist/Coach for Mindvalley University Training and an esteemed member on the 24 hour virtual help desk support team for Mindvalley.com month-long summer event in Pula, Croatia, 2019.

Sue has had writings featured in various online publications and magazines. She has presented at events featuring Dr. Shefali Tsabary, Neale Donald Walsch, Marianne Williamson, Anita Moorjani, and John O’Sullivan. Sue has been an invited guest on radio shows and podcasts and has also appeared on Television, on The Dr. Nandi Show as well as a number of appearances on FOX 29, Good Day Philadelphia.



  1. Sue’s course is such a valuable resource which will help all of us parents to become more aware of how our behavior is reflected on our children. We all react when something triggers us. When we are aware of the reasons why we really react in a specific way, we can transform our reactions to responses, which is truly beneficial for our children and their future. Thank you, Sue for shining your light in this world and helping us all to build a better future for new generations.

  2. Parenting is hard. Unlike other roles, there is no script or manual – one must learn on the job. Parenting during stressful times is even harder so whatever you are going through, whether it’s a pandemic or personal hurdle, stress during parenting is inevitable and if you are like me or any other parent I know, stress results in our hot buttons getting pushed, triggering even the most patient parent. We do not have to go through the tough moments on our own though. Sue De Caro’s course, The Mindful Solutions to Triggers For Parents addresses just that and reminds us that there is a mindful way to salvage the relationship with our children, spouses, friends, colleagues, basically all our relationships, if we have the tools to recognize our triggers, transcend them, and find our groove.
    Sue has been a mentor who has helped me overcome many parenting hurdles, specifically, tuning into my own challenges and developing curiosity around my own triggers so that I can be dialed IN when my kids challenge me most. I recommend this course to anyone looking to connect deeply with themselves and their children. Triggers are universal and by addressing them, we can enhance every facet of all our important relationships.

    • Thank you for your beautiful comments about my work and this course. I appreciate it. It has been an honor to walk beside you.

  3. Sue has been a loving, sweet, comforting and encouraging voice in my life. I have learned so much from her. I recently took this course about triggers and loved it. It’s short and easy to follow, yet rich in helpful and practical information on how to address them. It gave me great tools to use going forward. It includes a workbook with questions for us to reflect, go within and make connections. It helped me realize how I’ve been reacting from ego, and to see this as an opportunity for growth so I can respond to triggers appropriately, staying connected to my authentic self. It also reminded me about my children being my mirror and that I learn from them as much as they learn from me. Even though it’s geared towards parenting, the lessons can be applied to all areas of my life. I definitely recommend it! Thank you Sue, I’m so grateful for you ❤️

    • The course is at your own pace – perhaps 60 -90 minutes with a workbook. It is prerecorded but interactive and transformative.

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