5 Days of FREE Parent Coaching
Live training with Anika Vassell

Parenting teens is hard. Real hard.
…and I totally understand how you feel.

If you’re now at the point where you’ve had enough and are ready for things to change – you can join me, for FREE – and I’ll help you in boosting your parenting confidence in just 5 days, by using my evidence-based system.

  • Are you feeling tired of their unpredictable mood swings?
  • Can you see they are unhappy, but you don’t know what to do?
  • What about all the answering back? How is that impacting on the atmosphere in your home?
  • Have they started to act in ways that are beginning to worry you?
  • Are you constantly battling to get through to them?
  • Does it feel like your child is pulling away?

I can help you with all of this as I have done with 100s of parents.

Using Teen Psychology, this FREE 5-Day challenge will reveal how you can build your parenting confidence & improve the relationship you have with your child.

Fill your details in below and access FREE coaching & professional support.

Challenge starts: Monday 6th July 2020 Limited Places are Available

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In this live coaching series:

learn how to switch from being viewed by your child as an obstacle to overcome to a parent who is truly in their corner.

get methods to build a deeper connection and meaning into your relationship.

find out about Teen Psychology and how to adapt & apply the models to work with your child; in your home.

access to our exclusive Private Members Only Facebook group along with everyone else in the challenge.

Every day I’ll share one Action ltem into the group for you to complete and post into the comments to show how you got on.

Each task will take about 20-30mins to complete and I’ll be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions you may have.

In the evening I’ll be streaming live into the group where I will share training and offer you coaching support so you can confidently begin putting new measures in place.

Anika Vassell
Founder of Teen-Behaviour.Com &
The Parent & Teen Relationship Challenge

Nice to meet you. Over the past few years, I’ve helped hundreds of frustrated clients to build their parenting confidence by showing them the first step towards improving their relationships with their teens.

Think this challenge is not for you?

Maybe you’re feeling that the problems you’re facing are all too much for you to address on your

Or that you won’t be understood.

And it could even be embarrassment that’s holding you back. The fear of other people’s judgement and being ‘found out’ as a ‘bad’ parent.

If so, this challenge is a great starting point to address your concerns and to find out more about what I teach and my underlying principles. This is not a challenge that’s been designed to hurt you. It’s been designed to sure you and your family up with the exact tools you need to make changes you can build upon.

You’ll find your community of parents experiencing similar struggles, plus I’ll be in their daily to support you all with encouragement, teachings and guidance.

What is it that’s truly stopping you from joining? (We address parenting mindset too!)

This challenge is all about implementation AND engagement in the private group so we all leave in a stronger position.

My diary has been cleared that week so that I can give 100% to you - so join me, engage and get 100% out of the challenge too.


And just to further reassure you that you are in good hands I have more than 20yrs of experience working with children and young people. My Masters in Criminal Psychology was utilised when working with young offenders in a high security unit andI have also managed a residential care home where six of the children l who had SEN, social, emotional and behavioural challenges lived with me!

I’ve truly earnt my stripes!

I’m a former Psychology Teacher, a former Home-Educator and started a provision for children who could not be managed within the mainstream education system.

I now work with national and global organisations such as Paul Smith, The University of Nottingham and Local Authorities – to support their employees who have adolescent-aged children.

I’m a parent advocate and teen-behaviourist, a mother to two girls – aged 13 and 16yrs and I’m also a current Doctoral Candidate at the University of Nottingham – within the School of Medicine, Faculty of Psychiatry & Applied Psychology where I am researching ways in which businesses can better support their employees who have older children.

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