Homeschooling affects family dynamics in both rewarding and challenging ways. Whether you always dreamed of this lifestyle or never thought you would be here, homeschooling can affect the most mundane parts of life. What are some practical tips to navigate adjustments to schedules, parenting and marriage? Is it even possible to thrive, or do we merely survive? In this session, we want to encourage your homeschool to be a place to bond and grow in amazing ways, no matter your curriculum style, stage of parenting, where you do schoolwork, or how long you have been on this journey.

Jeremy and Kylie Cochran have journeyed together in marriage for 20 years. For the past 10 years, they have been homeschooling their 2 children. Jeremy has been a marriage and family therapist for 17 years. At his private practice in Hendersonville, NC, Jeremy specializes in helping homeschool families. He is trauma trained in the therapeutic process of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR). His bachelor’s degrees are in communication and vocational ministry. Jeremy and Kylie are trained in critical incident stress management (CISM) for traumatic events and have led debriefings. Kylie has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Before homeschooling, she was a teacher in a NC public school. Kylie has also taught other children in her home and in co-op classes. They desire to support other families on their own unique homeschool adventure.

Excluding 7.25% tax