Affiliate Partner Registration
Thank you for spreading the word about the Happily Family Online Conference. Through your work, parents and families will find hope, inspiration, reassurance, and new tools to use in their homes and families. By supporting this event, you are literally helping parents and kids to live more peacefully, and happily with each other. You are changing the world.
To sign up, please enter your name and your best email address in the form above and press the “Partner With Us” button.
Once you do that you will receive a unique promotional code to use in all your communications about the Happily Family Conference. We will track your referrals and their subsequent purchases of this conference will result in a 40% commission to you. This is our way of thanking each of our partners for their participation in the event and for your support in getting the word out there.
Cecilia and Jason Hilkey
- OCTOBER 5: DAY 1
- OCTOBER 6: DAY 2
- OCTOBER 7: DAY 3
- OCTOBER 8: DAY 4
- OCTOBER 9: DAY 5
- OCTOBER 12-13: TENTATIVE BONUS DAYS
4 Reasons You want TO Promote This Conference
- 5 Days of AMAZING & FREE Parenting Content:
The conferences are life-changing. If you know people struggling in their families; they will thank you for telling them about this event.
“Thanks SO much for making such amazing information available WORLDWIDE!!! This is the BEST conference EVER.” –Linda F.
“By far my favorite online conference I’ve attended. This is awesome. I can’t thank you enough for your efforts.” –Danielle
“Such in-depth info that will impact our families for generations to come.” –Jennifer B.
“I love, love, loved it! I am excited – like the feeling after parachuting from 10,000 Feet!” –Sara
“This conference is so unique. So profound. So relevant.” –Nini
- Additional Partner Support: This will be the 9th online conference. We’ve done more online parenting conferences than anyone else in the parenting space. This is what we do. You can count on a first-class conference for your audience and for you as an affiliate. We will help you get the most out of the conference.
- Amazing Prizes, Contests & Commissions: The contests and prizes for partners during this conference are going to be awesome. This includes mastermind opportunities with Cecilia and Jason, amazing prizes, and lots of cash. The top partners will get a one-on-one coaching call with Cecilia and Jason for masterminding and much, much more.
- Proven Funnel: Over 100k people went through our previous conference. We have seen an average EPC (earnings per click) of $59.84 (click to sale for 100 clicks) from affiliate traffic and a 2.9% conversion rate.
Who else is supporting the conference?
The October 2020 Happily Family Conference is shaping up to be the biggest parenting conference of the year!
Here’s a partial list of some of the speakers and promoters.
And don’t worry, regardless of your list size or influence, we have great contests, big prizes, and great commissions (more below)!
Dr. Daniel Siegel
Dr. Laura Markham
Kim John Payne
Dr. Tina Payne Bryson
Dr. Christine Carter
Dr. Stuart Shanker
Dr. John Duffy
Dr. Lynyetta Willis
Dr. Kelly Brogan
Cindy Wang Brandt
Suzanne Macdonald Tucker
Dr. Peter Gray
Janell Burley Hofmann
Dr. Rick Hanson
Dr. Joseph Lee
Dr. Susan Pollak
Ellen Pritchard Dodge
Dr. Deborah MacNamara
Who Is This Conference For
The Happily Family Conference was designed specifically for parents and professionals that want to mindfully raise their children, focusing on social and emotional intelligence, growth mindset, connection, and consciousness.
It is for parents who may have a sensitive, strong-willed, bright, spirited child in their family (or work with one).
For parents who want to use connection and understanding to help their child manage their feelings and behaviors (rather than threats or bribes).
Anyone who wants practical tools to make everyday life with kids easier.
People who will gain immense value from the conference include:
- Parents – Married & Single
- Foster Parents
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Tell Me More About
Cecilia and Jason Hilkey
We are partners in our marriage, our teaching, and our parenting and we are passionate about helping parents communicate with their kids to avoid meltdowns and power struggles.
We’ve worked with hundreds of children and families in person. We have extensive knowledge about child development, psychology, mindfulness, social and emotional intelligence, and brain science.
We’ve collaborated with Dr. Daniel Siegel, Dr. Shefali Tsabary, Dr. Laura Markham, Drs. Harville Hendrix and Helen Hunt, Jessica Lahey, Scott Noelle, Dr. Christine Carter, Dr. Kristin Neff, Zen Parenting Radio, Charles Eisenstein, Dr. Peter Gray, Tara Mohr, Alfie Kohn, and Dr. Ross Greene.
We’ve conducted over 200 interviews of parenting and education experts, authors and researchers. We’ve presented at conferences, schools and businesses in the US and abroad. Our online programs have reached more than 500,000 people in over 200 countries.
How About A Sneak Peek?
Here is a sample of Day 1 from a previous conference
Dr. Daniel Siegel
The Power of Showing Up: How Parental Presence Shapes Who Our Kids Become and How Their Brains Get Wired
Dr. Daniel Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and the Executive Director of the Mindsight Institute. He has authored or co-authored several books including Parenting from the Inside Out, The Whole Brain Child, No Drama Discipline, Brainstorm, The Yes Brain, and The Power of Showing Up.
The research on child development says that one of the very best predictors for how a child turns out is whether they had at least one person who showed up for them. Showing up improves happiness, social and emotional development, leadership skills, meaningful relationships, and even academic and career success. In this conversation with Dr. Dan Siegel, he explains how parents and caregivers can show up for their kids.
Dr. Joseph Lee
How Collective Parenting Can Address ACEs, Racism, and Inequality
Dr. Joseph Lee is a psychiatrist with a practice in Southern California. Early in his practice he saw that his patients were clearly getting better, but didn’t seem to be quite “well.” His search to help people truly thrive, led him to a truth-based perspective that he’s been applying personally and professionally, built around developing self-worth, meaningful relationships, and lifelong optimal healthiness. Becoming a parent, made him more intentional about every aspect of his own life – trying to figure out the best way to raise his kids, while maintaining his own health and wellbeing.
Usually we talk about how to build the resilience of an individual–a child or an adult–rather than how to build resilience as a group of people. Dr. Joseph Lee has a fresh new perspective on resilience. He talks about how to create resilience at the level of a family, community, city, or even a country, through a new concept that he calls Collective Parenting.
Dr. Rick Hanson
Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness
Dr. Rick Hanson is a psychologist and Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley who writes and teaches about the essential inner skills of personal well-being, psychological growth, and contemplative practice – as well as about relationships, family life, and raising children. With his wife Jan he wrote Mother Nurture: A Mother’s Guide to Health in Body, Mind, and Intimate Relationships. As a long time meditator, Rick became increasingly interested in the meeting of modern brain science and ancient contemplative practices, he went on to write Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, Hardwiring Happiness, Resilient, and Neurodharma.
Dr. Rick Hanson talks to us about how to grow our resilience in ourselves and our kids. He talks about how to have an unshakable core of calm, especially when the circumstances in our life are stressful and we’re struggling even to meet basic needs for safety, satisfaction and connection. In tough times, it’s even more important to develop our own internal resources, such as grit, compassion, inner strength, patience, generosity, and confidence. Dr. Hanson shares some simple tools for where to start.
Dr. Peter Gray
Free to Learn: Why Unleashing the Instinct to Play Will Make Our Children Happier, More Self-Reliant, and Better Students for Life
Dr. Peter Gray, a research professor of psychology at Boston College. His recent research focuses on the role of play in human evolution and how children educate themselves, through play and exploration. He wrote Free to Learn: Why Unleashing the Instinct to Play Will Make Our Children Happier, More Self-Reliant, and Better Students for Life, he also authors a regular blog called Freedom to Learn for Psychology Today magazine. His own play includes not only his writing and research, but also long distance bicycling, kayaking, cross country skiing, and vegetable gardening.
Dr. Peter Gray talks about the importance of play and how it relates to learning. As a culture we have become obsessed with measuring children’s education with standardized tests and limiting their freedom with adult-led activities and homework. Dr. Gray explains that education is the sum of everything we have learned that makes life meaningful for each of us. Education is different for each person and it cannot be measured. Play is how kids learn and is an important part of what makes us human.
From Tiger Parenting to Peaceful Parenting and Unschooling: One Mother’s Journey to Self Awareness
Iris Chen is a blogger, unschooling mom, and founder of the Untigering movement. After seeing the negative effects of tiger parenting on her relationship with her children, she began to deconstruct her authoritarian ways. Now, she’s on a mission to empower others to untiger by promoting self-awareness, peaceful parenting, and educational freedom for children.
Iris Chen shares her story about how she transitioned from Tiger Mom to Peaceful Parent. She talks about the importance of autonomy and self direction, and how how she motivates her kids to do their homeschooling. Iris also talks about when her son asked her to limit his screen time and why she told him “no”.
“The amount of information and the quality of speakers that you arranged to be a part of this conference is truly impressive.”
“This conference is the best thing that happened during my parenting experience.”
“Your event was absolutely fabulous! The way your wife and you interacted with the professionals was just amazing.”
“This conference has been beyond inspiring for me! The interviews are all amazing and packed with information.”
“Thank you for putting together an AMAZING conference!! Such a fantastic wealth of knowledge.”
“My mind is blown! I can't thank you enough for this conference and the extension! Truly amazing!”
“This conference has been SO AMAZING - just what I needed and incredibly insightful and eye-opening!!”