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Raising Conscious Siblings

Bryana Kappadakunnel


Sibling relationships can be both enriching and challenging, providing opportunities for growth and development as well as conflicts and competition. As parents, how can we support our children in building strong sibling bonds while also fostering individual growth and development?

Bryana shares her expertise on how to raise conscious siblings. In this discussion, you’ll learn key competencies and strategies for life that can help your children build resilience, empathy, and self-awareness.

Bryana will also offer insights on how to avoid comparing and judging your children, as well as how to steer clear of pushing them towards jealousy and competition. You’ll leave with practical tips and tools for creating a family culture that prioritizes kindness, respect, and collaboration, and helps your children thrive both individually and as siblings.


Bryana Kappadakunnel

Bryana Kappadakunnel is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, specialized in infant and early childhood mental health, and perinatal mental health. She is the owner of Conscious Mommy where she helps parents become conscious and learn to navigate challenges in child development, attachment issues, and trauma. Bryana guides parents to discover their child’s developmental needs and how to regulate their own triggered reactions. She also works with new moms experiencing perinatal mood or anxiety disorders using a conscious and mindfulness-informed approach. Bryana holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, has been licensed since 2015, and has an extensive number of advanced certifications in perinatal and early childhood mental health.

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