Teenagers

There are a lot of changes, both physical and neurological, that happen during the teenage years. These have an impact on how your child thinks and behaves in a fast-paced, ever-changing world. The more you understand what’s going on for them, the easier it is to navigate what can be a turbulent time.

Here are two resources to help.

Connecting with your Teen - create a stronger bond with your teen and build a happier family life

In 5 simple steps you can learn how to strengthen your relationship with your teenage child so that, together, you can weather any storms.

The teenage years can be a challenging time for both parents and teenagers alike. But it doesn't have to be that way.

Master the art of parenting teens with this easy access online learning resource

Sign-up today and start to work through the following steps whenever and wherever works best for you.

Step 1: Mind the Gap - Discover What's Happening in Your Teen’s Head

In this module, you'll learn about the changes happening in your teen's brain and how these changes impact their actions. Understanding the science behind teenage behaviour is the first step to building a stronger connection with your teen.

Step 2: Seeing Life From Their Perspective

Being a teenager today is a very different experience to what you went through at that age. Understanding what’s going on in their world will help you to create a stronger bond and will be a gamechanger in your relationship.

Step 3: Parenting According to Their Needs (not anyone else's)

Grasp the unique needs and challenges of your teenager and how to tailor your parenting style to support them in the best way possible.

Step 4: Effective Communication

You'll discover how to use active listening, empathetic responses, and open-ended questions to build rapport and gain trust.

Step 5: Transition from Manager to Coach

Moving from a traditional parenting to a coaching role will enable you to empower your teenager to make decisions, learn from their mistakes, and become a confident and capable adult.

Click here for more details and start Connecting With Your Teen today!

A Parent’s Guide to Teenage Anxiety

If you’re concerned that your child may have anxiety, answering a few questions in the Teenage Anxiety assessment will provide a tailored response on how best to support them. You will also be able to download a free Parent’s Guide to Teenage Anxiety. Just click here to start.