March Speakers For The Toddler Life Forum

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Intimacy, Communication And Behaviour

Every month, it is our aim to ensure we are supporting not only little ones, but parents as well.

The importance of keeping intimacy alive within a relationship is often at the forefront of many parents minds, however how to do this when the business of day to day lives gets in the way, can be challenging.

Keeping and supporting the line of communication between your partner, your little ones and other family and friends can also be challenging and often the struggles of managing your little ones behaviour can shorten these lines. 

It can be hard to know where to turn, or who to ask when these issues occur, however we have you covered with this months forum speakers. 

This months theme is Sensory Processing!

We will be chatting all things sensory processing, as well as providing recipes and activities that you can do with your little ones to help them further explore the world around them. 

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Katrine Myers | 1ST March, 12PM

Katrine is a graduate from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Speech Therapy (Speech Pathology). 

With over two decades of experience as a speech therapist, Katrine has created the Optimal Communications Company which helps to introduce and improve speech amongst little ones.

Her recent project, involving the support of her partner, Kerry Meyers, is Speech Tube which enables vital information, training and activities to reach the children and families that desperately need support the most.

Katrine will be guiding our Toddler Life families through common speech issues and answering any and all questions about speech!


Funda Yolal | 9TH March, 9am.

Funda Yolal is the director and Principal Psychologist at Tiny Terrors.  She is a parenting expert with a passion for educating families. Being a mama to three little ones, she understands the juggle between a work-life balance and also understands first hand, some of the challenges parents can face with their little ones. 

Her live chat is hugely anticipated and we are so excited to hear her expert opinion on a variety of behaviours.

Funda offers customised consultations, which you can find more about on her website.

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Christal Fuentes | 12TH March, 12PM

Christal is the Founder of The Ladies Coach. She lives and BREATHES her belief, that you can’t find fulfilment in life WITHOUT mastering the art of relationships! 

While taking on clients one-on-one, she noticed that not only were they mostly women, but no matter what goal they wanted to achieve, or problem they wanted to resolve, it ALL came down to “A” relationship. Whether it was the relationship with themselves; with others; or a belief they had physically, spiritually, or financially.

Upon figuring this out, she wanted to be able to reach more ladies because the truth is… WE ALL are connected and go through the same problems and she felt she could best do this online.

Christal will be talking all things intimacy and connection in relationships. 

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Kylie + Georgia | 28th March, 10 AM

Kylie is the director and owner of The Sleep Mama PTY LTD. She is an qualified infant sleep and baby educator and mama to two beautiful, twin boys. Kylie understands the importance of fostering and supporting a little ones emotional wellness and development and helps guide parents in improving their little ones sleep quality and behaviour through kind parenting solutions.

Georgia is the customer support manager who helps families gain quality sleep and is the Toddler Life Forum Manager, where she helps guide parents and little ones through toddlerhood.

Georgia has a Bachelor of Psychological Science from Griffith University, with a focus on child development, and has over 7 years experience working with children.

Georgia is a step-mama to a beautiful little girl, so understands the challenges that can arise in co-parenting dynamics as well as the importance of supporting and maintaining a little ones emotional well-being.

Not only will Georgia be writing weekly blogs for the Toddler Life Forum and answering day to day questions, Kylie and herself will also be doing a Live Q +A, covering Toddler Sleep and answering any sleep related questions.


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