angry pre teen
Blonde boy looking angry and frowning at camera in the park

Is your 11 or 12-year-old in charge at home?

Being at home with an angry pre-teen can be miserable. It can feel like you’re constantly treading on eggshells trying to keep your child happy and make sure they don’t kick off. Then, if they do have an angry outburst, calming your child down can be stressful and exhausting. The conflict and tension can make home life a misery, and no one in the family is happy.

Your child is probably having way more screen time that you’d like. They may not be achieving as well as they should at school. And it’s likely they won’t lift a finger to help around the house.

Not only that, your child may be pushing, hitting, punching, kicking out, or breaking things. And they’re getting bigger and stronger. You may already be worried about what life will be like when your angry pre-teen hits their teenage years.

It can feel like you’re out of your depth, without a clue about how to sort it out. It can feel a bit like living with domestic violence, but this is your child.

You may occasionally glimpse the lovely child they can be. If only you knew how to bring out more of their good side, and less of the mini-tyrant they’ve become at home.

We cover how to defuse anger in our calm parenting course in module 2.

That’s where I can help.

I’ve worked with hundreds of families, helping parents with strategies and techniques that work to help their child manage their anger. I can help put you back in the driving seat, and help you become your child’s ‘anger management coach.’

I don’t need to see your child, I can teach you all the skills to prevent your child getting angry, and know exactly what to do to calm your child down if they do have a meltdown.

You’ll be able to see more of the lovely child you have, enjoy being a parent, and have fun as a family again.

Parenting skills sessions

In six 90-minute parenting sessions you can learn the essential skills you need to manage your child’s behaviour.

It will be the best investment you could make in your child’s future and could save you years of anguish and worry as your child becomes a teenager.

It will require some effort to learn and practice the skills, but at the end of the sessions, you will know how to tackle your child’s difficult behaviour, stop the power battles, and enjoy being a parent again.

Your Investment

The investment, in skills that will last the rest of your child’s life, is 9 hours of your time, is £2,100

It includes Skype sessions until all the issues are sorted, or significantly improved, plus unlimited text and e-mail support between sessions.

If you want to get this sorted, the first step is to book a (free) discovery call. To tell me about your child, and the challenges you’re dealing with. So, I can check if I’m the right person to help. Book your free call today.