Amanda Goodstoney is a member of Stoney Nation and speaks the Stoney langue. She has three wonderful children and lives in Mînî Thnî and enjoys attending powwows, listening to music, reading books and enjoying nature and the traditional harvest season.
Amanda has worked for several years with families and other agencies coordinating community educational programs. In her current role as a family support worker with Stoney Family Resource Network, Amanda provides families and caregivers mentoring and support services with a goal to enhance parenting skills. She is trained and certified in the three different parent resources programs – Nurturing Parenting Model, Triple P Positive Parenting Model, ASQ, ACE’s- The function and development of the Brain.
She is comfortable teaching traditional parenting lessons with young parents and caregivers, and facilitates a variety of Community Educational Programs on topics such as, adverse childhood experiences, building positive relationship with your children, positive communication skills, budgeting and meal planning.