These concerns can come about for all sorts of reasons. Asking for help is a strength, but if you do, you will need to feel you are in safe hands.
Nick Lamprey is DBS checked (formerly CRB) has experience in Child and adolescent mental health (CAMHS) for the NHS and is trained in Family Mediation.
The reasons why a parent may seek help in relation to their child/young person may include:
There are many reasons why Parents may find it hard to ask for help, such as feeling guilty, perhaps feeling like a failure, being worn out, or possibly disillusioned with services that have been tried.
There is no need to feel this way. Many Parents/step Parents or Carers accept help nowadays. Some attend Parenting courses or receive help from the Local Authority, but these services are not always accessible and are not for everyone. For this reason many people would prefer a trusted One to One source of Parenting Support/guidance such as I Offer.
I have developed a specialism in this area, with over 20 Years Experience of working with, children, young people, Parents and step parents.
I have extensive life experience as a parent, former foster parent and has a wealth of experience and training, including delivering the well respected Webster Stratton Incredible Years Course. See About Us for more information