If you have children aged 2-10, this is the place for you!

Our course is split into engaging and inspirational sessions, designed to fit seamlessly into any schedule.


We’re here to support you on your journey with your child and yourself as a parent.


Our safe and secure community connects you with like-minded parents looking to achieve similar goals.

Parenting Matters is here to help you bring out the best in your child.
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What's your parenting style?

Is it well-balanced, strict, permissive or hands-off? The key lies in gaining a deeper understanding of yourself as a parent. Our free quiz will help you identify your personal style!


Looking for specific help?

Whether it's understanding your child better or dealing with specific worries and challenging behaviours, we offer guidance on a wide range of parenting matters.

Frequently asked questions
What age child is this course suitable for?

It is designed for children aged 2 to 10. Young infants need a slightly different approach, and with teenagers the same ideas apply but more negotiation is necessary.

How do I know this will work?

Because it consists of ingredients proven to work in over 300 trials with over 30,000 parents. This is their lived experience, that compared with parents who didn’t take a course, their children are happier, play and behave better, and make better friendships. And the family home is calmer. Beyond this, we have seen with our own eyes, time and time again, how family life can be transformed. However, to bring about lasting changes will require some input from yourself to practise the new methods with your child.

What if I'm looking for a solution to a specific problem? Do I still have to do the whole course?

We have picked some of the main difficulties parents face and are in the process of putting together simple guides to help you identify the causes, understand the impact and what you can do to manage this. They can be found in the Resources section in the top navigation bar - Common Difficulties. We will continue adding to these topics in the coming months.