Are You Parenting Teens and/or Tweens?

Parenting teens is tough work!

Here are just some of the teenage problems that parents are talking to me about and some which you may be facing right now…

  • teen mental health
  • anxiety in teenagers
  • the effects of divorce or separation on children
  • constructing a separation agreement with a former spouse
  • children’s transition to secondary school
  • bullying at school
  • how to build confidence and self-esteem in your child
  • anger management for teens
  • teenage relationships
  • teen depression
  • teenage safety online

Anika Vassell

Dip CBT, PGCE, MSc, BSc (Hons)

Parent & Teen Relationship Coach


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[Normally £67.00 p/hr]


Common Adolescent Problems

Is your child…

  • Rude and/or aggressive towards you and other family members?
  • Hanging out with the wrong crowds?
  • Starting to get poor grades and/or are unfocused at school?
  • Unhappy?
  • Shutting you out even though you are trying to build a better relationship with them?

We can help!

If you are parenting teens or tweens there is a lot of support that we can give…

  • Bespoke ‘Life & Academic’ Programmes
  • Parent Coaching
  • Online Parenting Courses
  • Divorce & Separation Plans for managing Teen Behaviour
  • Parent & Teen Relationship Toolkits

…so book your FREE call now!

No Seriously …Who Actually Said That?

So who is this Anika Vassell chick anyway?

parenting teens Hi there – I’ve been working with children, young people and families for over twenty years now – I know!!!! I’m skilled in the management and the psychology of teen behaviour where I have accumulated a ton of experience and conducted much research.

I now work under the umbrella of the ‘Ingenuity of Social Change’ at the University of Nottingham because the social change that I am intent on making is ensuring that parents and carers are central to the developmental process of their children because – guess what –  you, me and other parents are THE experts of our own children.

Yes – sometimes we need a little guidance – just as we did when our children were first born – but the bottom line is – if we have the support, then a lot of the growing number of teen issues that we are seeing today can be managed by us, in our own homes. 

Read more about me at the University of Nottingham HERE


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