Brain science + trauma integrationTHE CONSCIOUS PARENT ACCELERATOR PROGRAM

Created, taught and led by Mihaela Plugarasu

We, parents, need a reliable support system in our lives.

When we LISTEN to each other, we allow the HEALING process to start, which then allows us to be more present with our children.

Welcome to the Parenting Made Conscious

community- where conscious parenting starts with self-awareness!

As parents, we have the most important and meaningful “job” in the world.
As conscious parents, we have the biggest responsibility in the world: to become Self-Aware. And if you are asking yourself: Ok, but HOW? – you are in the right place.

How can I help you?




Simply put, your child deserves for you to read this book. For any mom-to-be, new mom, or mom navigating toddlerhood, the answers to what it takes to truly connect with your child and raise him or her to be emotionally healthy lie within Mihaela Plugarasu's powerful words.

Michelle Dempsey-Multack,
Author, Influencer & Host of “Moms Moving On” Podcast

My mission is to change the world by educating parents and teachers how to raise emotionally healthy and aware children - a world in which children's emotions and needs are understood, embraced and safe to express.


Mihaela has given us a gift in her Hand-in-Hand Parenting sessions.  She is a natural at making parents feel welcome and heard.  Mihaela’s strong personality, coupled with her calmness and nurturing outlook, allows for a safe space where open-dialogue can happen and emotions can run freely.  There is a wealth of information available for parents but to find another human being, another parent who can help bring clarity and create opportunities for sharing experiences, is an entirely different platform.  This is what Mihaela does so well in each session. She is relatable, honest, aware and intentional about what she’s doing and it connects back to the parents in which she supports, mentors and guides.

Heather, mother of two

My children have quite an age gap between them. I am the father to a sweet, little 5-year-old girl, and a VERY teenaged 15-year-old boy. When I first heard of the parenting sessions being held on my campus, my immediate thought was of my relationship with my son. Our relationship had become strained as he transitioned into a teen. My own relationship with my mother was never very good and my fear was that my son would look back on me with the same disappointment. As that fear grew so did my own guilt at the way things had become between us. And so, I thought, “it couldn’t hurt” to learn more about parenting by connection with Hand in Hand Parenting[…]

Tony, father of two

Hand in Hand Parenting was a great eye opener not only as a parent, but to my role as a wife, sister, daughter, colleague and friend as well. It provided me essential core actions that I can practice daily and see the benefits almost immediately. I learned that not everything is as it seems, and that science plays an important role in my child’s development. Seeing my child’s tantrum from positive to negative is still a work in progress, but it makes me feel confident she is just using her self-expression and trust in me to help guide her through her emotions […]

Violet, mother of two

I asked Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar: How can we raise happier children?
He perfectly said:

“To raise happier children we, as parents, need to work on our happiness. And then, we need to connect by listening, by loving and by learning”.

Latest news

Read our latest blog posts and find out how can you improve your life immediately.

Latest news

Read our latest blog posts and find out how can you improve your life immediately.
🔔Responsibility for Children’s Emotional Well-being
16 October 2021
🔔Responsibility for Children’s Emotional Well-being
Who's responsible to intervene if a child is depressed, aggressive, disinterested in academics, or defiant?🔵
My Parents Call Me “Crazy”! 💥
9 October 2021
My Parents Call Me “Crazy”! 💥
I talk to young children in different settings and I hear quite often from them: My parents call me crazy.
The Supermom Syndrome: Do You Have It?
2 October 2021
The Supermom Syndrome: Do You Have It?
I want to thank you for being a mom. You are doing the hardest job in the world, and you are excelling as it is