The most important thing to a child is to know that he is loved by both parents and feels safe at all times. Bonding does not always occur immediately, it can take some parents time to adjust to their new family unit or having another child in the household.
Stressful situations or coping with illness, family loss or IVF can impact family relationships and often be hard to express, your children and a tiny baby may react to your feelings or sadness.
- Bonding before a New Baby Arrives
- Coping with a New Baby & Toddler/Older Child
- Opposing Parenting Styles
- Parent/Child Personality Clashes
- Divorce /Separation-Telling the children
- Lone parenting
- Step Family Challenges
Family Balance & Life Style Services
- Premium VIP – Family Lifestyle/Work Balance /Child Sleep/Behaviour & Support Service
- Parenting Relationship (Bespoke) – Support, Strategies & Effective techniques
- Initial Home Visit £175 plus 1 Month Free Email Support (plus Travel over 10 miles)
With Mini Report, Follow up call, Family Plan & Recommendations- £495 plus travel
- One to One Skype/Phone calls £45/£75
Effective communication, praise and acknowledgement is key, it can be expressed in a number of ways, depending on what you and your child enjoy and share together.
With greater understanding of your child’s emotional needs, physical and intellectual development, you will have fewer stressful moments and more fun and enjoyment together. Whatever your family situation, Juliet can help you find activities that will help your child to grow up emotionally secure, respect rules and find love and connection through suitable boundaries and stimulating play. Babies love to be held, rocked, sung to and have eye to eye contact.
As your child becomes older and language develops you can engage with more active play inside and outside the home. Giving your child exposure to different activities and interests whether musical, creative or sport based will also help you grow closer and share special those moments together whether as a family unit or a single/divorced parent.