Family Links Talking Teens is a nurturing parenting programme aimed at parents who have teenagers.
What does the programme cover?
- Being a parent of a teenager and your role as a parent
- Responding to difficult feelings
- Understanding your teenager and teenage development
- Praise and criticism
- Parenting styles
- Communicating with your teenager
- Talking and listening
- Communicating clearly
- Handling difficult issues
- Managing conflict – understanding rules and boundaries
- Problem solving
Who can attend the programme?
The programme is targeted at parents/carers of teenagers aged 12-18 years old. Parents of children aged 11 will also be considered if your child is in year 7.
How many sessions are there?
There are five sessions in total, each running for 2 hours. You will receive certification once you have completed the programme.
How can I access the programme?
You can speak to a professional working with you/your family such as a teacher, SENCO, family support worker etc.
They can make a referral on your behalf by contacting Ealing Children's Integrated Response Service(ECIRS). If you prefer, you can contact the team directly to make a referral.
Tel: 020 8825 8000 (option 1, option 1)
If you prefer to speak to someone directly you can contact the Ealing Parenting Service on details below.