Revealed… Parenting After Separation

 

Fegans Parenting After separation
Top tips to help you parent after separation

When a family breaks up it can be very hard for the parent who is no longer in the family home to know how to parent their child. Many parents, often faced with angry or upset children as well as difficulties getting to see them, give up. We have put together some top tips for parenting, starting with a short video course to help parents who are either about to go through a divorce or separation or who are already no longer living with their children.

Learn how to deal with a child or teen who is withdrawn or aggressive

Understand why normally well-behaved children may start to misbehave

Setting age-relevant boundaries...and consequences

Techniques to make it easier for your child to understand and obey

Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up To Our Parenting After Separation Top Tips

The Parenting After Separation Top Tips starts with a mini course of three short videos explaining what happens to a child’s mind and heart when the family unit breaks up, and how a parent can understand how much even the most angry child still loves and needs them during this turbulent time. 

We will also go through practical tips and tools on how to navigate the inevitable clashes and pitfalls that can occur when a child has two homes with different rules. 

 

About the speaker, Ian Soars

Ian is the CEO of Fegans.

He is also a Dad.

Ian speaks to audiences up and down the country about  challenges facing parents – and their children.

Even in the face of ever more alarming mental health issues of our children and teens, Ian firmly believes that together we can transform our nation, one child at a time.

TESTIMONIALS

What our clients are saying:

“My thanks will never be enough. Never, not in a million years, as there is no price tag on a mother’s relationship with her child.”

Parent

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“Thank you Fegans for caring about me and my family and for giving me this wonderful opportunity to make a real difference to other families who are struggling.”

Parent

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“Fegans has completely changed my life for the better. It’s not only reduced the anxiety, but it’s stopped all the meltdowns and my house is so peaceful.” 

Parent

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“This course helped me to understand why my teenager seems to fly off the handle at the smallest thing… and how to deal with it both in the moment and longer term” 

Parent

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Frequently Asked Questions
What child age group Is this for?

These top tips are useful for parents of all age groups of under 18s.

What if I want additional support specific to my family situation?

We are currently trialling running parent support sessions over the internet via webcam, so you can talk to us from the comfort of your home.
If you subscribe to our top tips we shall inform you as soon as we are ready to take bookings.

How Do I Contact Customer Support?

If you have any problems accessing the course please let us know by contacting us here https://www.fegans.org.uk/contact-us/ and please include the following information:

– Tell us what the issue is
– Let us know your name and email address
– If you are getting an error message please screenshot it and include that in your message

I would like to donate to or volunteer for Fegans

That is wonderful! Donors and volunteers are our lifeblood.To find out more please check out our website:
Donors: https://www.fegans.org.uk/donate/

Volunteers: https://www.fegans.org.uk/volunteers/

If Fegans is a charity why isn't counselling free?

We would love to be able to offer our services for free. Sadly we rely on donations so need to charge to cover our costs.
We do not make a profit.