racheal kwacz

Racheal Kwacz is a Child & Family Development Specialist, women’s leadership speaker and mama tribe writer. Having trained, educated, and lived in the USA, Racheal studied under Deborah Carlisle Solomon, former RIE® Executive Director, in Magda Gerber’s Educaring® Approach. She has a degree in Theatre and Child & Family Development and is a master of marrying both her backgrounds into a lively, fun, interactive experience for her audiences and workshop participants.

As a thought leader, Racheal has had years of international experience working with children, training teachers, leading and developing curriculum for childcare centres as well as being a parent educator. She specializes in babies and toddlers 3-and-under; focuses on equipping and empowering parents with tools for Respectful Parenting through “The RACHEAL Method”. She writes a monthly parenting column with Happy Go KL and is regularly featured on BFM Radio.

As a leadership coach and mama tribe advocate, she is passionate about taking women on a journey of healing and self-discovery, demanding greatness in their lives. Racheal also thoughtfully curates a collection of gifts for little ones and mamas under the brand, “rachealkate by Racheal Kwacz”, that is available at select bookstores around Malaysia.

She has also previously appeared in various publications including The Star, TimeOut, TimeOut Kids, Aforadio, BFM Radio, Her World, New Straits Times, Sinar Harian, Borneo Post, Zafigo, ButterKicap, Malaysia Tatler, Tatler Weddings, Harper’s Bazaar, 417 Magazine.

about parenting your toddler?

When I started RKW, I had an incredibly talented brand consultant and amazing friend sit down with me to work on what I was trying to build. She taught me one of the most profound and precious lessons that has really shaped so much of what you see here.

“Build from the inside out.”

So often, when I start a workshop or have a session with a client, we start with the basics. I do this with purpose so I can lay a strong foundation that we can build on. You have to know your what, where, who, and why before you can truly understand your how.

What is the heart of RKW? What are our guiding principles? What are our brand values and promise?

The core of it is I believe in meeting mamas where they are at, no judgment, no shame, no guilt. We all stumble and struggle and so often, I have parents that come to me at the end of their rope. I admire the courage and strength it takes just to say I need help, I can’t keep doing what I’m doing, I can’t keep running into this brick wall.

I believe in honoring your struggles, in celebrating raw honesty and teaching you how to take control while generating change and leading with grace.

My hope for the families and mamas that I work with is for them to be fulfilled, recharged, and equipped with tools not just for positive parenting but also joyful living. I want you to enjoy parenthood and marriage and being you, along with all the beautiful chaos that comes with it.

The heart of Racheal Kwacz’s workshops?

It’s standing in the gap with you believing in your best and encouraging you as you discover the parent that you want to be and the parent that I know you can be.

Please contact me today if you are exhausted, confused, in a bind, or frustrated about parenting your toddler.

I may not give you your how immediately but I promise you, we’ll figure it out together. You got this!

One question I get asked a lot is why don’t I have bigger classes?

While it’s so hard to turn mama and daddies away, my aim in each workshop is to build small safe spaces to explore and ask questions and learn together.

I want to make sure that everyone has the time to ask all the questions they need, problem solve together, and when they walk away, to be excited and invigorated to implement and succeed!

I love that at the end of each workshop, everyone gets to know each other, but more importantly, that it’s a space of so much encouragement and “me too!”.

Motherhood is hard heart work and so lonely sometimes, I love that our workshops are so much about saying I got you, I hear you, we can do this.

You are not alone.