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Greatvine lets you talk on the phone to the country's best experts, whenever you need. They've hand-picked the leading specialists in over 100 topics - from breastfeeding and baby sleep to anxiety and depression, diet and nutrition, creative writing and even starting a business.
kidspace is a group support programme that allows children whose parents are separating to safely express their feelings through a range of creative and therapeutic activities. Children leave our groups better equipped to deal with and understand their emotions as well as have enhanced resources to communicate their needs and adjust to their new situation. The group process helps children to relate to and support each other.
Informative website providing the tools that help parents and co-parents communicate more effectively with each other and with less stress, thus ensuring the lives of the kids are impacted positively.
The Parent Line
This is a great site, it is stuffed full of useful information and lots of support for all parents – mums, dads, grandparents, stepparents, other friends and relatives.
Another great site covering everything you ever needed to know about parenting, from having a baby to parental rights and responsibilities. It also has a parent forum for you to discuss any concerns or issues with other parents.
The parenting pages on this site are full of useful information including a useful guide to internet and mobile phone safety for your kids.
One Parent Families (formally Gingerbread) is the charity which works nationally and locally, for and with single parent families, to improve their lives. We achieve change by championing their voices and needs and providing support services.
Our services are available to parents who are caring for their children alone, those who are sharing care and those who have no contact with their children. Parents, carers, grandparents or anyone else with concerns about family separation are welcome.
Supporting families going through changes and transition.
An overview of how they work and how to find one local to you.
A place for fathers who are fighting to see their children and so that people in the same situation can talk about how they feel and share their experience.
The Parent Practice
The Parent Practice teaches a series of valuable, easy to learn techniques to make your life as a parent more fulfilling and your children feel happier and more confident.
We offer 5 week Positive Parenting Classes, Private Consultations and Topic Based Workshops in both the daytime and evening.
Come to a FREE taster session of our Parenting Classes held in Clapham South, Putney, Fulham and Wimbledon or you can host at home.
The Parent Support Service is run by a Chartered Clinical Psychologist. The service provides practical, professional guidance for parents, and sensitive, solution-focused child & adolescent therapy.
The Parent Support Service specialises in helping parents and young people to better understand complicated feelings, improve difficult relationships and to learn practical skills so as to feel more confident, content and in control.
The Kids Coach provides life coaching for children who need help with their behavioural and emotional issues. She provides a space for children to talk confidentially about why they are unhappy and helps them resolve their problems in an interactive, creative and supportive way. The Kids Coach helps children through parent separation and divorce, self-esteem problems, friendship issues and any problems they have at home or at school.
If you've got a challenging child, or a parenting dilemma, check out the TrickyKidz website, it is a great practical resource for parents and carers.
This an extremely good webiste, Match offers non-judgemental emotional support to mothers all over the world who are apart from their child for one or many complex reasons.
Family Rights Group are the charity in England and Wales that advises parents and other family members whose children are involved with or require social care services. They run a confidential telephone advice service for families.
This is a social networking and advice websites giving parents of teenagers a space to support each other through the challenges and successes of bringing up teens.
PogoPack - a really useful site full of information for mums and dads and daughters on what to expect with the start of thier periods. They also offer a discreet but well designed starter pack which looks like a pencil case.
If you are a young person who is a parent or is about to become