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Tribal Chat with Susie Walton: Successful Parenting

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As a recipient of the San Diego Parent Educator of the Year Award, Susie Walton is a leading expert in the field of communication and relationships with an emphasis on family dynamics. Susie has teamed with various companies and organizations such as Qualcomm, Sharp Hospital, and Children’s Hospital to develop and implement practical and positive change for youth and families. Susie is a pioneer in parent education and has been leading seminars, hands-on workshops and full length parenting classes, instructor trainings, teacher in-services and one on one coaching for 20 years. Susie acted on her heartfelt belief that true positive change begins in the home and created an organization to help reduce stress and frustration in the areas of family relationships and raising children. Susie’s aspirations and dedication to providing positive change and mutual respect, inspired her to open Indigo Village in 2005. Indigo Village is a practical, and authentic creation that comes from the saying “It takes a village to raise a child”. Indigo Village is home to many classes, workshops, therapists, counselors, and other resources for families and individuals young and old. Susie's strengths lie in her motivational speaking and when she is not sharing her expertise in parenting and communication, Susie is out and about as a regular guest on the local news station Channel 10 and as a radio guest on the “Jeff and Jer Showgram”. She is an expert on team communications and regularly consults and strategizes with coaches and sports psychologists. Susie's accomplishments have received tremendous recognition; such as, defining and writing parenting course work for both the Center for Child Protection and the California State Penal System, a program for parents who are incarcerated minors. The 5th child in a family of 10, she herself has 4 sons, and makes her home in Encinitas, California.

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