Knowing how many families are struggling right now, Alicia is hosting Facebook Live Q&A sessions every Wednesday at 11am to answer your parenting questions.
To join in, simply head to our Facebook page (TeenTipsLtd) and like / follow us – you will then be notified every Wednesday at 11am when Alicia is live.
Ask your parenting questions live, like, share and interact with Alicia (and don’t worry, you won’t be visible on screen, just your comments will be) or email your questions.
Check out the mini film clip opposite to get a feel for it.
Also, feel free to view and share previous Q&A recordings on the videos section of our Facebook page – we’re covering all sorts of topics from sibling fights and conflict to screen time to sleep and how to cope generally with the awfulness of this situation.
We hope our sessions help and look forward to seeing you online soon.
To support your child through adolescence and help your family during this very challenging time, you may like to know that we are also delivering Live Online Talks for parents and teens – including Parenting During Isolation, Protecting Children’s Mental Health, Teens & Screens, Developing Resilience in Children & Teenagers and How to Manage Worry, Stress & Anxiety.
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With half term just around the corner, we thought we’d share a few ideas and tips on how to entertain your teen during the holiday. With many of us still working from home, it can be hard to keep them off their screens and out doing some activities. We hope this helps!
Saskia Boujo, a relationship and sex educator and author of the book ‘This Period In My Life’ has written a blog on how to talk to your child about periods. Saskia uses ungendered language to encourage young people to value and understand their periods. This is an absolute must if your child is about to start their period, or you just want a little more guidance on how to approach the topic with them.
Alicia went onto the Emma-Jane Show’s podcast to discuss all things teens and mental health. This is a very open and honest conversation about recovery, resilience and Alicia’s journey to where she is today.
The summer holidays have arrived and you might already be struggling to come up with ways to keep your child entertained and off screens. We have put together a few ideas of fun activities for you to do as a family, or alternatively for your teen to do with their friends.
Following the horrific death of George Floyd and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, we have been asked for advice on how to talk to children and teenagers about racism.
With young people online more than ever, those who would seek to influence, radicalise or groom them via social media and gaming will be busy. Find out how to support your child and help them stay safe.
We are three weeks into isolation and the cracks are showing. Is this grief we are feeling? Alicia’s latest blog explores this and gives advice on how to support your child.
We’re offering so much support to families tailored to the current challenges that we are all facing – have a read of our April newsletter for all the details.
We are working with some wonderful therapists across the country and some are offering two free, half hour emergency sessions to teenagers who might be particularly struggling.
A large focus of our work is with schools, helping staff support the wellbeing of children so we are delighted to welcome these two new schools.
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