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Parentalk – The Teenage Years

The teenage years are a time of transition and can be challenging for both teenagers and parents. Parentalk – The Teenage Years is all about helping mums and dads do the best job they can as they navigate these years with their teenager.

It’s a relaxed, informal course giving you the opportunity to talk about the day-to-day challenges you face, as well as sharing the things that are going well.

The sessions are presented by Rob Parsons OBE and Katharine Hill. They are joined by special guests, including broadcaster Carrie Grant, educational psychologist Dave Lumsdon and youth specialist Rachel Gardner.

DVD features:

  • Real-life family interviews
  • Presenter discussions
  • Street vox pops
  • ‘My story’ animations
  • Parentalk family dramas

Parentalk - The Teenage Years Parent Handbook cover

Raising Teens

The brand new podcast especially for parents of teenagers. Covering topics such as sex and relationships, the digital age, self-esteem and much more.

Thinking of running a Parentalk course?

If you would like to run a Parentalk course in your local community you can find out more here.

Are you setting up or running a Parentalk course?

If you let us know about your course we’ll give you access to extra resources to help you publicise and run your course.

Please register your Parentalk course here.

Facebook logoGroup Leaders  – if you’ve signed up with us to run this course you can share ideas on our new Facebook group.

If you've run a Parentalk course we'd love to hear from you.

Let us know what went well or if we could change anything.

Teenage Years – click here to complete our short survey.

Parentalk – The Teenage Years with BSL and Subtitles

 We now have a British Sign Language version of Parentalk – The Teenage Years. This product comes FREE, on request, with the purchase of the Parentalk – The Teenage Years pack.

The DVD also has an additional option to view with subtitles.