“Before I got married I had six theories about bringing up children; now I have six children, and no theories.”
John Wilmot

Parent: n. One who has begotten or borne offspring, one who has adopted a child.

Nature gives us the right to bring a child into the world but only Nurture gives us the right to call ourselves a parent.

A common misconception is that parenting comes naturally. It doesn’t. Parenting is a learned skill – whether it learnt through example, experience or education.

Whilst we may possess maternal or paternal instincts, we do not always know how to communicate with our children, how to discipline or how to reach a level of mutual respect. For this reason, Robyn has developed groundbreaking parenting workshops that teach us how to parent effectively.

These parenting workshops cover

  • Social Issues
  • Communication
  • Special Needs
  • Step-parenting
  • School
  • Group Support
  • Practical Skills
  • 6 Part Workshop
  • Sibling Rivalry
  • Discipline
  • Respect