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Teens & Tweens – Tips for Parents

24th Jul 2017

Following a successful seminar hosted by Raydens Solicitors we are pleased to share the 10 tips from their panel present at the seminar, which included:

  • Dr Lisa Barkley – Principal Clinical Psychologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital
  • Sue Atkins – parenting expert and regular guest on ITV’s This Morning
  • Sharn Tomlinson – CEO of Mind Mid-Herts
  • Patricia Seabright – qualified coach and founder of the National Teen Trust

The aim of the seminar was to help parents, carers and professionals to support ‘Teens and Tweens’ through adolescence and the changes it entails.

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