Parents of Teens
Here’s what parents who attend our workshops are saying:
Found course useful, glad I attended. Tutor was easy to talk to and knowledgeable of her subject.
Slightly pressured at home. Wanted to learn to manage stress. I have learnt skills to become a more positive thinker, which will hopefully reflect within family home and encourage family to think positive.
I wanted to be able to help my teenagers deal with stress, pressure and their emotions. I now know how I can be more positive and how that will help my teenagers.
Didn’t know what to expect, felt curious and a bit anxious. Wanted to learn techniques to connect positively to my kids. Now have more of an insight and realise I’m not alone. Feel more positive and reassured.
I wanted to learn how to cope with teenagers. I was confident my children were happy but Shirley taught me other ways to communicate with my children that worked! I now know how to communicate with my children to get them to talk openly and learn to listen and devote quality time.
I wanted to learn how to help my children through their teenage years with as little pressure as possible. I learnt a lot about positive thinking and have the tools I need to help my children.
I was nervous but keen to learn. I wanted to learn how to help my son. Now I feel empowered, keen to do more research and keen to put theory into practice.
I wanted to be able to help my teenagers deal with stress, pressure and their emotions. I have learnt about how the brain works under pressure and stress. I know how I can be more positive and how that will help my teenagers.
For an exploratory chat about how we might help you or your school, please contact Shirley Billson at The Mental Wealth Factory on 07722 162 016 or email Shirley@thementalwealthfactory.co.uk.
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Parents of Teens Workshops
A typical parent of teens workshop lasts 4 hours and you’ll discover:
- the basics of how the brain works to manage stress and pressure
- how you – and your teenager – can influence it to feel calmer, happier and more in control – without trying too hard
- simple ways to adapt thinking and feel better about life that you can use to help ease the strain your young people are under
- a basic daily meditation that anyone can do anytime (that doesn’t involve focused breathing, music or mantras).