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||Parents using violent language, exhibiting aggressive behaviour, and displaying strong emotions towards their children and each other.
• Parents looking for a peaceful and nurturing environment at home and bring up happy children.
• Parents want to control their anger and avoid aggressive behaviour.
• Children want to see their parents argue less. They wish to move away from any kind of violence.
• Children seeking acceptance and unconditional love from parents.
- Aggressive behaviour impacts the whole family including grand-parents and extended family.
- It also negatively impacts the family image amongst friends, colleagues, and local community.
- Parents seek to contribute to the harmony at home and the local community.
- Working parents or homemakers
- Children - 4years+
- Corporates, Schools, Colleges
- Personal counseling for parents
- Mindfulness, Stress management, Self Management
- Training for Parents
- Life Skill programs for children
- Physical toolkits
- Parents are looking for qualities such as unconditional acceptance, non-judgmental interventions, confidentiality, trust, understanding, credibility, and expertise in facilitation
- Parents want to avoid loud facilitators who are poor listeners and full of themselves
- Children like to interact with facilitators who are friendly, kind, warm, and accepting of their behaviour
- Parents seek out facilitators such as counsellors and psychologists through referrals
- Many of them do a google search and look for credible reviews before reaching out to a facilitator
- Parents are looking for quick-fix solutions to problems
- Parents look for support and guidance from facilitators after counselling sessions to help them execute ideas. Availability of counsellors for emergencies is important for them.
- Children who exhibit undesirable behaviour at home and school. The trigger could also come from the school.
- Parents fighting between themselves frequently that impacts the peace at home
- High stress in the workplace
- Extramarital affairs and constant comparisons with others
- Issues related to relationships such as spouse and in-laws
- Financial insecurity, health-related challenges
- Parents avoid visiting counsellors and psychologists because of the perceived stigma attached to mental health
- Parents beliefs about the source of the issues - they do not see themselves are part of the problem
- Parents are often closed to the idea of working on themselves because it impact their self-image
- They expect interventions to resolve issues in quick time
- Parents seldom have the parenting skills to handle situations and are often in denial
- Inability to see the long-term impact of their behaviour on their children
- Lack of access to credible resources and expertise such as counsellors and psychologists. They often rely on elders in the family and friends who are likely to provide half-baked ideas
- Children are also not equipped to handle their emotions. They are seldom equiped with life-skills that can help in handling unpleasant situations