Whilst there are some professionals who are employed to work directly with parents, a lot of professionals who work with children often do a lot of work with parents and carers without feeling fully prepared or equipped for the role.
This section aims to provide ideas for some of the everyday situations that professionals often encounter with a relationship health perspective in mind
We will explore common issues and the vital importance of your own key role.
Some Articles to get you thinking
(If the link is not active, the article is on its way)
Assessing Relationship Health Needs at School
Revisiting Home-School Relationships
Building Connections with Parents and Why This Matters
Working with Parents who are Anxious and Challenging
Parenting Skills Development - Who is Responsible?
Relationship Health and Children's Mental Health
Relationship Health and Children's Physical Health
Relationship Health and Crime
Relationship Health and Education Outcomes
This site is newly set up and I want it to be as helpful and relevant as possible. Do you have a question or challenge about supporting parents and carers that you would like ideas about? If so, please share it!
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Dr Cathy Betoin
Clinical Psychologist, Teacher, Parent
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