Many parents struggle to manage specific behavioural problems and parents believe that by asking for help is a reflection of bad parenting. Seeking for the necessary help instead shows courage, strength and insight as a well-functioning individual. Parental guidance and support is offered to help parents manage specific behaviour problems, or can focus on general parent-child interactions. The goal of these interventions is for parents to become effective in the management of the problem behaviours, to support parents in developing positive attachments with their children and fostering positive self-esteem.
Parents are also provided with guidance on strategies for managing special needs, such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia etc. or to cope with certain situations such as divorce, bereavement, adjusting to a new baby sister/brother etc. Parental guidance supports and improves your confidence in raising your child.