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As a parent you want the very best for your kids. That means you want the  very best parenting advice and ideas.

And I know you are busier than ever so I've created a series of programs you can take in your own home and importantly, in your own time.  And the focus on the building your skills and knowledge in areas that really matter to your kids.

So check out the easy-to-use, great value at home parenting programs I’ve developed. They’re guaranteed to remove the trial and error from your parenting, and help you bring out the very best in your kids.  
They deserve nothing less!

 

 

How to Parent

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Children and Anxiety

Overcome shyness and anxiety. Build children's confidence and self-belief for better learning, more friends and happiness. Learn the skills of confidence-building to use at any stage of their development. read more

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Resilience

Assist kids to handle rejection, bullying and disappointment. Your children can develop the resourcefulness and personal resilience to bounce back when life throws them curve balls. read more

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Good Kids

Get more cooperation and better behaviour at home and in public from your kids. Learn the words to use to get cooperation and what you can do get the absolute best behaviour from your kids. read more

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Raising Boys

Help boys be more confident and behave better. Discover how to turn boys onto learning. Find out what boys need from mothers and fathers, and what to do when dads aren't around. read more

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Happy Families

Stop sibling fighting and its harmful impact on family life. Take hold of the keys to building a rock solid family so kids pull together, not apart as they get older. read more

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Teenagers

Stay in the game with teens during this high-risk, volatile time. Learn about the changing teen brain and how to adjust your parenting.Find your approach to alcohol,parties & risk-taking. read more

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Bullying

Bullying is an insidious behaviour that transgresses children’s natural right to feel safe and secure. It can adversely affect their learning, emotional well-being, further peer relations and their sense of self. read more

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