Tag Archives: adolescents

Supporting Parents Emotional Health for Practitioners – Fully Booked

With the many challenges faced by parents, it can be difficult to manage when we are struggling with our emotional health. This session will help practitioners to support parents to understand the impact parental mental ill health can have on their children & teenager, and it will provide top tips on how to cope with being or supporting parents with mental ill-health.

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Promoting Teen Independence for Practitioners – Fully Booked

As parents we want our teenagers to become more independent but at the same time maintain their safety. This free online session will help practitioners to support parents to understand the importance of promoting independence to build their teenagers resilience & self-esteem, and it will help equip practitioners to help parents to support their teenager to become more independent within boundaries

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Reducing Conflict in the Home for Practitioners – Fully Booked

Conflict within families can be challenging for teenagers and parents. This can be sibling conflict or challenges between the parent-teen relationship. This session will help practitioners to explore the causes of conflict within families, recognise reactions to conflict, and to help equip parents to deal with conflict to reduce family stress.

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Promoting Teen Resilience – Fully Booked

Building our teenager’s resilience will help to prepare them for the challenges they may face throughout their lives. This free session supports parents to understand the importance of developing their teenager’s resilience & helps parents to support their teenager to develop self-control, build self-regulation & develop thinking skills.

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Supporting Teens Positive Body Image for Practitioners

With altered images in the media & the pressure to look good, it can have an impact on teenagers’ body image. Through the teenage years, it’s important to help raise their self-esteem & for them to feel more self-accepting. This session helps practitioners support parents to help develop their teenager’s positive self-image and be more self-accepting

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