It’s hard to focus at work and enjoy life’s challenges when being a parent leaves you stressed and drained. Parenting clinics provide a unique opportunity for working parents to access expert one-to-one advice on the specific issues troubling their family well-being and work-life harmony.
improved interactions with my children
This has really improved interactions with my children, improving home life and allowing me to make better choices for my children. I can now more easily embrace the fact that I am a working mum and this provides opportunities and challenges for my family which allows my children to develop and grow rather than something to feel guilty about.
very inspiring talk
Thank you so much for the very inspiring talk you gave and the incredibly helpful 1:1 sessions, we received many positive comments.
a lot of value
I found a lot of value out of the session and it gave me specific actions and next steps as to how to deal with the issue... It's great to be able to have a private impartial discussion about my children.
would definitely recommend
I would definitely recommend this to a colleague. It was far more valuable than I ever expected.
The session was brilliant. Having the opportunity for a group session (to know you are not alone) followed by a 1:1 was great. I didn’t shout once at my children last night or this morning and they behaved brilliantly.
I was really pleased with my session with Anita and I found her very knowledgeable.
A weight off my shoulders
I left feeling as if a weight was lifted off my shoulders (guilt from unrealistic expectations of myself)
Workplace parenting clinics are suitable for working parents (or grandparents) who want confidential support to problem-solve a specific parenting issue. Clinics can be delivered on site, online or by phone. Each consultation lasts 20 minutes and can cover any parenting issue. Sessions focus on practical problem-solving advice assisted by tip sheets and resource lists. Half day clinics can be combined with a lunchtime seminar for extra value for money.
Typical issues covered:
- morning routines
- sleep/bedtime problems
- whining, tantrums
- balancing work and family
- building children’s self-esteem
- rudeness and disrespect
- anxiety and fears
- sibling conflict
- separation anxiety
- co-parenting after separation
- homework battles
- encouraging independence
- managing emotions
- preparing for a new baby
For more information about how workplace parenting clinics can support your wellbeing, diversity and talent retention strategies, contact me or email firstname.lastname@example.org.