For parents of children aged 8-18 who are verbally or physically abusive and whose behaviour seems beyond their control
We are now able to provide devices or data/minutes packages for clients requiring technology in order to access our services. Please get in touch if this applies to you or someone you are working with to discuss support.
If you’d like a chat about this service or help to apply you can call Alex on 07505 426118. You can also message us on Facebook by clicking here. We will always respond to you within 5 working days.
The 9-weekly sessions aim to:
- Support and empower you, encouraging you to make practical changes. Unlike mainstream parenting advice which assumes that your children are cooperative, we understand your children are likely to have stopped co-operating; they may appear to care about very little; may deliberately sabotage your attempts to apply consequences; and may escalate their violence when you say no or try to apply consequences
- Reinforce these changes and cover some advanced topics.
If you work for a partner agency and would like to refer someone to the Who’s In Charge? programme, or you are a parent who would like to self-refer, please download and complete an Intake Form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org . This programme is funded for parents living in East Sussex including Brighton & Hove.
To download our Who’s in Charge? intake form, please click here.
What do supported parents say about the service?
“One thing this course has really helped with is my shame. My friends don’t have to deal with misbehaviour to this extent from their children because they’re just not like that, so it’s been wonderful to hear from other people going through the same thing”
“This course is giving me a feeling where I just feel calmer coming every week. It’s like therapy!”
“It’s nice having more knowledge of consequences as a bolster, I don’t feel so out of control. I have managed to put consequences into place and it has been very helpful”
“I’m finding the course very interesting and I love the way it slowly reveals a way forward, bit by bit, step by step. Small steps are way more manageable and if they don’t always succeed it doesn’t feel so massively discouraging.”