Gangs & Teenagers
Who is this course for?
Parents and caregivers
The course can also be delivered to practitioners, students & staff from the social care and educational sectors.
The course is made up of seven sessions and provides easy to implement strategies and techniques to use in the home.
This can be achieved by one-to-one bespoke or group sessions once a week or more depending on the client base. Each session is for two hours in a class room setting. We also deliver seminars and workshops.
The course also understands & recognises where needed the issues, cultures & beliefs of the BME community.
In this course parents and caregivers will receive an insight to their teenagers world.
Parents will learn ways to interact with their teenager to get the best results.
Courses are jargon free with concise essential messages that parents and caregivers will identify with.
With the understanding and knowledge obtained from this course parents will be able to deal and cope with issues that are raised by their teenagers.
This course also focuses on teenagers, typically from urban areas who are being groomed and exploited by gangs or criminal networks.
Parents will also understand why some teenagers feel the need to join a gang and they will gain awareness on what to do if their teen gets caught up in a gang.
This course will be aided with material from the book:
Amazing parenting help I don’t understand my teenager.
Author: Grace Chukwu.
1. The teenage brain
2. Peer pressure
3. Why so moody
4. My teen won’t talk to me
6. Where is my teenager going in life
All sessions are interactive, informative and interesting.
For more information email:
Phone: 07866 777 206
14 CPD Credits