About Bonnie Compton

For more than 30 years, BONNIE COMPTON, APRN, BC, CPNP, has dedicated her professional life to supporting families. A child and adolescent therapist, parent coach, and pediatric nurse practitioner, Bonnie’s on a mission to make a difference in the lives of children by providing parents with empowering tools so they can parent mindfully and raise healthy, happy families. With clients around the globe and a practice that’s accessible via phone, Skype, Zoom, or conference line, Bonnie supports parents, kids, and families through 1-on-1 individual therapy or parent coaching. She also facilitates parenting retreats, workshops, and classes.

Bonnie believes it’s never too late to make positive changes in any family situation – and she passionately shares her vision for Parenting With Courage through speaking, webinars, the media, and as host of her own podcast radio program Wholehearted Parenting Radio, available on iTunes, Web Talk Radio, Radioactive Broadcasting Network, and Stitcher Radio.

In her best selling book Mothering with Courage, Bonnie educates, inspires, and empowers all moms to learn to trust their own inner voice. It’s that inner wisdom that allows moms to become their child’s best parenting advocate.

Bonnie has appeared as a parenting expert on numerous television and radio shows including Great Day Washington (Washington, DC), Talk of the Town (Nashville, TN), New Day Northwest (Seattle, WA), and Count on 2 (Charleston, SC)., and has written parenting articles in magazines and newspapers including Working Mother, Grandparent Link, Mindful Parenting Magazine, and Lowcountry Parent Magazine. She is also a certified ScreamFree Parent Leader.

Bonnie lives in Charleston, SC with her husband. She is a mom of four adult children and believes that being a mother has been her most important job. She also loves being Gramma to her three beautiful granddaughters.

In Her Own Words

“Motherhood is a journey and one that can be filled with joy and ease, when navigated mindfully. It’s never too late to make powerful, profound, and positive changes for yourself and your family.”