Siobhan Reading, uth Brenner Ungar, Barbara Lenton Parent for Good

Getting the most out of family life

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Parent for Good :

Ruth Brenner Ungar

Since qualifying in parent education and support work in 2002, I have worked around the country supporting parents from diverse cultural backgrounds and in a range of settings, mostly in schools, clinics, hospital facilities and women’s refuges. I prefer to work face-to-face, but am happy to offer session over the telephone and on Zoom and Microsoft Teams, a practice I began while working for Family Lives and as a call taker on Parentline, a national parenting helpline. Before this, I was a drama teacher and breast-feeding and weaning counsellor in Zimbabwe and, once I moved back to the UK,I advocated for school places for immigrant parents needing to settle their children into the education system. My therapeutic approach is one of warmth and empathy and I am thus able to quickly establish a connection - putting my client at ease.

My specialist issues are:

*Addiction                     *Anxiety                           *Depression         * Eating Disorders

*Family conflict             *Grief and Loss                 *Parenting           *Seeking change

 

 

 

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