Parenting Top Tips from Child Counselling Charity
Many parents feel that parenting has never been so … complicated. At Fegans we are often helping parents who feel overwhelmed juggling busy lives with badly behaved children and teens. Additional challenges such as the breakdown of family life and the onset of social media issues mean that our parent support workers are often called out to support parents at the end of their tether. So we have put together some of our top tips for parenting, including a short mini course to help you with some of the most common issues.
Here’s what you’ll get when you sign up to our Parenting Top Tips
Learn how a child’s brain works and why they misbehave
Practical steps to respond to a child or teen who is withdrawn or aggressive
Setting age relevant boundaries and consequences
How to communicate in a way that a child or teen can understand
Fegans is a Christian charity that has continually transformed mental health and championed childhood since 1870. We serve families of all faiths and none. We counsel children and provide parent support, intervention and training in our centres and also in primary and secondary schools. Our BACP registered counsellors are fully qualified and work with families to enable them to manage their lives, build relationships and make positive choices.
What our clients are saying:
Frequently Asked Questions
What child age group is this for?
What if I want additional support specific to my family situation?
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.
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.