The Positive Parenting Project is a social enterprise which works with parents, employers, schools and children’s centres to reduce the stresses of modern parenting by bringing evidence-based parenting solutions to a wider audience.
Through workshops, seminars and clinics, plus our monthly newsletters, The Positive Parenting Project provides access to reliable and trustworthy information to support parents and children to reach their full potential and create a family life in which everyone’s needs are met.
Support for working parents in the workplace to increase employee wellbeing and help retain a talented and diverse workforce.
Proven parenting and PSHE workshops using best-practice methodologies and focusing on the everyday behaviour issues faced by modern parents.
Ideal for busy parents who would like to learn more about positive parenting but can’t attend a parenting group
Private, confidential one-to-one parenting support tailored to your needs and addressing your specific concerns.
an expert speaker
Anita is a very engaging and experienced speaker, blending parenting theory with practical advice and responding thoughtfully to the many questions raised by the participants. I highly recommend her as an expert speaker on parenting topics.
thank you so much for your support during the Mind Health and Emotional Wellbeing day at Roche last week. Your Positive Parenting Seminars were very topical to our day...
made you think
Helped me see what I was missing. Really made you think about it in a different way.
I was really pleased with my session with Anita and I found her very knowledgeable.
I find your sessions invaluable because they are so practical.
interactive and engaging
it was one of the best parenting / work-life seminars I have attended. Even through a dial-in in Edinburgh, it was well-delivered, interactive and engaging.
It was a pleasure to have you back at Blackstone. We received great feedback and your session was extremely helpful.
I just wanted to say what a brilliant session it was today at KPMG. I found everything you were talking about either relevant, or very interesting for the future.