ParentingSuccess offers support to parents with children of any age, through dynamic, non-judgmental and interactive workshops alongside seminars and 1 to 1 work with individuals and families. A friendly open approach is what’s offered, in a relaxed environment, and a recent participant described the workshop as a “parenting party” as she came away feeling excited, inspired and full of parenting ideas to implement in her family home. Offering a variety of different workshops from Positive Discipline, Raising Independent Children, Boost your Child’s Confidence and Effective Consequences, Anisa is well placed with lots of experience to answer any of those questions you may have.
The new monthly ‘Ask Anisa’ feature, exclusively for Wharfedale Mumbler is designed to ease any parenting worries you have- from my parenting experience I know if its a problem I have its bound to be a problem someone else is going through too!
Anisa said: “Over the years I have developed a slight obsession with parenting self-help books – that alongside being a teacher for 18 years, and a mum, I felt I was bursting with information that I wanted to share with other parents. I revel in learning how children’s minds work and I am really lucky to have been able to experience the joy of making a change in behaviours through working with this knowledge. I am delighted to now be putting all this into practice through founding ParentingSuccess and to be sharing this with Wharfedale Mumbler.”
If you have a parenting worry – we want to know!
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I’d like to submit a question
Email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anisa will pick one question a month and provide her answer on the Wharfedale Mumbler blog.
In order for answers to be as helpful as possible please provide as much detail as you can about the issue. All questions will be reprinted as part of the blog feature but names will be removed to maintain anonymity.
We can help with questions relating to common parenting concerns and especially around understanding your child’s behaviour or emotions. We cannot answer questions relating to specific medical diagnoses.