Parental Support

About Parental Support

As a mum of three children, I know how challenging parenthood can be. As a therapist working with teenagers and also running courses to enable parents to increase their children’s resilience and reduce their anxiety, I know how necessary support is to navigate these challenges.

I want to let you know you are not alone and that there are many options and ways to support your child and your family through the tougher times to begin enjoying the happier times.

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Providing Support for Parents

I provide support in many ways – through group courses which create a beautifully supportive connection between the parents. One-to-one therapy can be for the child, the parent or the family as a whole. Sharing resources such as books and articles to read as well as my informative blogs also gives you a great place to start. Empowering your child to gain the resources of resilience is one of the best gifts a parent can pass on to their children.


100% Recommended books, articles, websites, audio & video

Whether you are interested in understanding how your upbringing has shaped you, looking to handle your child’s feelings or wishing to support your partner, you will find indispensable information and realistic tips in these pages.

The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did)

By helping to reawaken our instincts, Maté and Neufeld empower parents to be what nature intended: a true source of contact, security and warmth for their children.

Hold on to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers

This groundbreaking book shows parents how to turn one of the most challenging developmental periods in their children’s lives into one of the most rewarding. Drawing on important new research in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, he explores exciting ways in which understanding how the teenage brain functions can help parents make what is in fact an incredibly positive period of growth.

Brainstorm: the power and purpose of the teenage brain
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