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Binge/Purge

The session defines ‘a crisis’ and the different sorts of worrying behaviours that a parent or carer might face with their young person. It offers a step by step guide on ideas of how to cope with the immediate situation as safely and calmly as possible. It covers when to refer to other services and how to access resources as needed. The session touches on what behaviours to worry about and what might be ‘normal’ child and adolescent behaviours and offers links to topics in other related sessions.

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Police Support

The session defines ‘a crisis’ and the different sorts of worrying behaviours that a parent or carer might face with their young person. It offers a step by step guide on ideas of how to cope with the immediate situation as safely and calmly as possible. It covers when to refer to other services and how to access resources as needed. The session touches on what behaviours to worry about and what might be ‘normal’ child and adolescent behaviours and offers links to topics in other related sessions.

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What Else?

The session defines ‘a crisis’ and the different sorts of worrying behaviours that a parent or carer might face with their young person. It offers a step by step guide on ideas of how to cope with the immediate situation as safely and calmly as possible. It covers when to refer to other services and how to access resources as needed. The session touches on what behaviours to worry about and what might be ‘normal’ child and adolescent behaviours and offers links to topics in other related sessions.

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Top Tips

The session defines ‘a crisis’ and the different sorts of worrying behaviours that a parent or carer might face with their young person. It offers a step by step guide on ideas of how to cope with the immediate situation as safely and calmly as possible. It covers when to refer to other services and how to access resources as needed. The session touches on what behaviours to worry about and what might be ‘normal’ child and adolescent behaviours and offers links to topics in other related sessions.

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Children’s Social Care Referral

This session considers families subject to a social care referral, reflecting parents' experiences, the feelings involved and how best to manage the situation positively in order to get the right help.

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Risky Behaviour

This session covers a variety of 'risky behaviours' including, but not limited to, adolescent self-harm. It includes understanding what is typical teenage behaviour and when to be concerned, as well as the difference between 'unusual' behaviour and 'risky' behaviour. It covers risky behaviours at different ages and examples of what risky behaviour might mean (eg ADHD, hearing voices, grief, ASD etc.). It considers drivers for risky behaviour, advice on dealing with risky behaviour, different types of self-harm, and early warning signs of self-harm. Finally, it suggests how to get help and what can practically be done to keep children safe.

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Parenting In A Digital World

This session seeks to answer parents' / carers' questions about the benefits and risks of their child's use of the internet and how to discuss this with their child. It also suggests how to monitor appropriately and deal with "internet crises", such as when their child does something harmful.