Transform Your Child's Behaviour

Many parents feel that parenting has never been so ... complicated. At Fegans we are often helping parents who feel overwhelmed juggling busy lives with badly behaved children and teens. Additional challenges such as the breakdown of family life and the onset of social media issues mean that our parent support workers are often called out to support parents at the end of their tether. We have put together some of our top tips for parenting, including a short mini course to help you with some of the most common issues.

Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up To Our Parenting Top Tips

The Parenting Top Tips starts with a Discovery Course of three short videos relevant to the age group of your child.

When you sign up we'll ask you a couple of questions about your child so we can send you the most helpful tips we can, to your family, with love from all of us at Fegans!

Understand why children misbehave and when to ignore it
Learn how to deal with a child or teen who is withdrawn or aggressive
Setting age-relevant boundaries...and consequences
Tools and techniques that make it easier for your child to obey

Here’s what people are saying about Fegans Parent Support

Over many years, Fegans has had amazing results in helping and supporting even the most troubled families  so let us share our expertise with you!

Nicola B

“My whole family was in a very difficult place and we didn't know where to go for help.  Fegans parent support gave me my confidence back.  I got the emotional support I needed and was able to use new techniques to get my family back into a better place.  We are all so much happier now, thank you so much for your support..”


"My daughter suffered terribly with anxiety and was refusing to go to school, it was awful, I was at my wits end.  Fegans parent support helped me learn the difference between meltdowns and tantrums and now my daughter is like a different girl.  Thanks to Fegans my house is so peaceful now."

​About ​the speaker
Ian Soars

Ian is the CEO of Fegans.

He is also a Dad.

Ian speaks to audiences up and down the country about many of the challenges facing parents - and their children. 

Even in the face of increasing mental health issues in young people, Ian firmly believes that together we can transform our nation, one child at a time. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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If you are a charity why isn't parent support and counselling free?

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