Chrissie Davies is a sought-after child behaviour consultant, trauma informed educator, children's book author, keynote speaker, loving mama of two....and passionate advocate for understanding neurodivergent children. She is committed to empowering and supporting families to live their life with radical playfulness, acceptance, curiosity, and a bucket load of love. She has a particular passion for supporting the ADHD Community and creating Inclusive Educational communities. She lives with her husband and young family on the Surf Coast of Victoria.
Hailed as ‘The Child Charmer’ Chrissie Davies brings a heart centred approach to all her services.
Chaos to Calm consultancy exists to empower parents to create a whole new generation of emotionally healthy families. Working with Chrissie allows parents to view their child’s behaviour through a different lens. Chrissie understands the power of connection and communication and knows that with the right support families can confidently calm the chaos.
A mama to two, Chrissie understands the unique pressures placed on parents and teachers. Her judgement-free approach, compassionate support and proven strategies work to create a harmonious household for all family members.
After a long and successful career in Specialist Education, Chrissie saw the need to share her skills and knowledge with more people. She is a sought after key note speaker, and people everywhere are drawn to her positive outlook on understanding and raising children. Drawing on her vast experience as a trauma informed educator, she teaches families and educators how to use positive communication, connection, understanding child brain development and respectful relationships with children.
She is well known as being a child advocate and educational changemaker, and is also a qualified Emotion Coach, Tuning in to kids/teens and Bringing up great kids facilitator and a qualified Berry Street Trauma Informed Educator.
Chaos to Calm Consultancy would like to acknowledge the Wadawarrung people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge the elders past, present and emerging -particularly the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents who walked before us supporting and connecting their children to the earth, water and community. Always was. Always will be.