Eating Disorders Explained
The past 2 years has seen a significant increase in the number of young people presenting with Eating Disorders. This webinar is designed to give parents an understanding of the types of Eating Disorder, why they develop, what to look out for and when, and how to act if they suspect their child is at risk.
Worry, Stress & Anxiety
This talk gives parents an understanding of good and bad stress, real and hypothetical worries, and anxiety.It explores strategies to help young people manage the worries and stresses of life and avoid the anxiety trap. By understanding techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and research from neuroscience, parents will gain the tools to build their child’s self awareness and self management skills, and boost emotional resilience.
How To Protect Your Child's Mental Health
This talk looks at the personal, social and environmental factors affecting mental health. It considers which factors we can influence as parents, when we need to seek professional help and what strategies we can give young people to help them protect their own wellbeing.
Creating Responsible Digital Citizens
Understand the positives and negatives of your child’s online world. Help them become responsible digital citizens, who can manage risk and avoid harm. Covering social media use, gaming and cyber bullying, we will explore the latest guidelines on screen time, screen use and the pitfalls to be aware of.
Resilient Parents, Resilient Children
Helping our children become resilient, positive individuals who can cope with life’s vicissitudes is challenging for most parents. In this talk we will explore the importance of building our resilience so that we can be robust role models our children need. Expect a blend of neuroscience, psychosocial education, and practical tips to build awareness, choice, control, and confidence.
Our family can be our greatest source of comfort and joy, but it can also be our greatest source of pain and sorrow. Research shows us that close family relationships afford a person better health and wellbeing, as well as lower rates of depression and disease, throughout the course of a lifetime. But in many families, getting along isn’t a given and the complicated dynamics between the various members can make life deeply difficult. The aim of this talk is to delve into what makes families work well, and what we can do when they are not working brilliantly.
The Teen Social Scene
Navigating the teen social scene as a parent can be an alarming experience. this talk looks at the conversations parents need to have to help young teenagers make the choices which are right for them when out with friends and faced with peer pressure. It explores common drinking myths, drugs and sleepovers, and gives practical advice to those planning on hosting an event for teenagers.
Teens and Choices
This talk helps parents understand the teenage brain, why teenagers need to test their personal boundaries, and how to let them go, whilst keeping them safe in the teenage world of relationships, alcohol, drugs, parties and online.
Creating Cultures of Success
The environments we create for our children determine whether or not they can fulfil their potential socially, emotionally and academically. This talk explores the different cultures of success and how they influence attitudes, mindsets, and mental health, as well as giving practical strategies for use at home and school.
Relationships, Pornography and Consent
The complex world of adolescent relationships is one that many parents feel ill equipped to broach. In this talk we look at sexuality, gender, healthy and unhealthy relationships, consent, pornography and how to discuss these topics with young people.
Setting Up For Exam Success
This talk gives parents the knowledge and guidance to support children through revision and exam preparation, including information on diet, revision techniques, and tools to help them manage any pre-exam stress and anxiety, so that they can perform their best on the day.
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