The Teenage Years

Understand ‘normal behaviour’

Develop effective parenting strategies

Build a positive relationship with your teen

 

Fegans are pleased to announce that due to the success of the ‘Teenage Years’ parenting talks, new events have been scheduled for Swanley, Dartford and Gravesend this summer term. To book a place please fill out the form below.

 

“Parenting during teenage years is especially complex and I hope that this will provide you as parents with information and guidance that will support during what can be a challenging time”

Natalie Willbourn, Headteacher, Orchards Academy

GRAVESEND

Wednesday 13th June

6pm – 7.30pm
St George’s Church of England Secondary
Meadow Road
Gravesend, Kent, DA11 7LS
book here
Teenage Years: Gravesend
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DARTFORD

Tuesday 19th June

6pm – 7.30pm
Dartford Science and Technology Secondary School Heath Lane, Dartford DA1 2LY
book here
Teenage Years: Dartford
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SWANLEY

Tuesday 10th July

6pm – 7.30pm
Orchard Academy
St Mary’s Road
Swanley BR8 7TE
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Teenage Years: Swanley
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the speakers

Vicky Bellman

Vicky Bellman is Fegans’ Deputy West Kent Area Manager and an experienced counsellor, working with children, teens and adults, and also develops the therapeutic training programme that is on offer at Fegans. She has a Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counsellor from Wealden College, and is passionate about supporting children and parents therapeutically. She has worked for Fegans for eight years, and loves being involved in the organisation ‘as it adapts to the changing social pressures and issues – we’re right at the front line, and we can offer really meaningful intervention and support to those that are struggling’.

Isobel McDougal

Having trained initially as a primary school teacher, Isobel spent 20 years working in universities and colleges, training adults to work with young children. Isobel is a parent and a grandparent and having recently retired emjoys spending more time with her grandchildren. Isobel says: “I believe that families are important –  a place where children can grow a strong sense of self, develop confidence and is the primary place for learning. The combination of my beliefs and experiences influence my work with Fegans as a Parent Support Worker.”

the exhibition