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Primary teachers & leaders

Primary school staff are often first to identify children’s behavioural and emotional support needs. Teachers play an integral part in children’s behaviour-change, Parentshop provides solutions to: - Manage behavioural issues. - Reduce the stress of disruptions. - Learn about a child's brain and what happens when children get upset - Help teachers and school staff manage emotional responses in children and their parents in their everyday interactions at the school. - Help students engage their ‘mental brakes’ and develop self-control. - Identify, manage and reduce childhood anxiety and build resilience. Parentshop provides training for Primary School Leaders, Teachers and Teacher Aides, Guidance Counsellors, and School Administration Staff. All our courses are flexible to be delivered face to face, via interactive webinar or in-house at your school. Browse our courses below.

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Our courses

Tough Conversations for Frontline Staff

From the Blog

Building Sustainable Change: The Keys to Effective School-Based Projects

The Anxiety Project

Resilience in Our Teens

Childhood anxiety

Building Sustainable Change: The Keys to Effective School-Based Projects

By Parentshop StaffNovember 13, 2023

What makes a change project effective and sustainable? Behind our whole-school community change projects The Anxiety Project and Resilience in Our Teens are proven strategies to ensure sustainable change toward new habits that reduce anxiety.

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Anxiety Coach

Childhood anxiety

Child and family specialists

The Language of Support: Communicating Effectively with Anxious Children

By Parentshop Staff

Childhood anxiety has steadily been increasing in recent years. One of the most effective treatments for it is of effective communication between children and the significant adults in their life. The Anxiety Coach course recognises this crucial aspect and equips professionals with valuable insights into the language of support and how to guide parents in implementing these strategies.

7 Steps for helping your anxious child return to school.




7 Steps for helping your anxious child return to school.

By Michael Hawton

Addressing absenteeism is a significant concern for parents and educators. It is often tied to children's anxious reluctance to attend school regularly. Michael Hawton, a psychologist and Director at Parentshop, offers a practical, step-by-step guide to help parents chart a course for their child's return to school. Read the article now.


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