Tuesday 4th June 2024
At Risk Behaviours
Understand and support your child through challenging emotions and risky situations.
We’re here to help you have those difficult conversations, build your relationship with your child, and know when to seek professional support.
Our At Risk Behaviours collection helps you find the best ways to support your child and understand the reasons behind their behaviour.
Understand feelings & emotions
Practical strategies to support
Ages & stages of emotional development
The At Risk Behaviours Collection
Tuesday 4th June 2024
We share short-term strategies and long-term ways to support your child if they are self-harming.
Changing your own online habits can help your child see that technology doesn’t need to dominate family life.
Find out how you can talk with your child about social media and keep them safe online.
Find out how you can have positive conversations with your child about the things they watch on TV and online,
How can you help your child stay safe online without frightening them about the dangers?
Find out about the signs your child may have an eating disorder and how you can best support them.
Find out more about eating and how you can best support your child if you’re worried they may have a problem with food
Find out more about the free resources My Family Coach has to offer and how to find everything you need
Anthony Benedict talks about suspensions and exclusions from school and the work of pupil referral units
Helpful tips on how to talk to your child about smoking without scaring them, including health risks and passive smoking.
Online safety consultant Traci shares practical ways to keep your child safe online
Use these simple ideas for positive conversations if your teenager may be smoking or vaping.
Expert guest, Dr Powell-Jones, shares ideas to help you keep your teenager safe on social media.
Find out how to help your teenager eat healthily and the signs that something might be wrong.
Find out why it’s important to have conversations about alcohol while your child is young to help them make informed decisions as they grow up.
Rachel talks to Clare about anger and shares simple ways to help your child calm down when they feel angry.
Simple suggestions to talk to your child about drinking alcohol and helpful information about the effects it can have on them
Dr Emma Clarke explains the importance of quality conversations, and how to be “respectfully confident” when talking with your children.
Learn ways to start difficult conversations with your child about drug taking, smoking and drinking alcohol.
Choose from popular topics and common parenting problems
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