Why Do This Course?

If your child is being bullied, it's important to know how to deal with it in the right way. So, your child feels empowered to deal with bullying not just now, but in the future. 

These skills are not innate. Many parents don't know exactly what to say and do, so inadvertently cause their child to be more likely to be victimised again and again. 

This is your chance to get it right. 

What Will You Learn?

  • How can you encourage your child to open up about bullying?

  • Exactly what should you say and do, if your child tells you they’re being bullied?

  • What should you do if your child is being physically bullied?

  • How should you involve the school? What are the do’s and don’ts when talking to your child’s teacher? What do you need to take with you?

  • What should you do if the bullying continues?

  • How can you support your child until the bullying stops?

What's Included In The Course?

  • 1


    • Welcome to 1-Hour To Help Your Child Deal With Bullying

    • Before You Start

  • 2


    • Introduction

  • 3

    How to Get Your Child to Open Up About Bullying

    • How to encourage your child to open up about bullying

  • 4

    Physical Bullying

    • What to do if your child is being physically bullied

  • 5

    Involving The School - Do's and Don'ts

    • Involving the school – do’s and don’ts

    • What to do if the bullying doesn’t stop

  • 6

    Three Vital Steps to Help Your Child Deal With Bullying

    • Three essential skills to support your child until the bullying stops.

    • 1. Empathetic Listening

    • 2. Problem Solving

    • 3. Ask The Right Questions

  • 7

    Finishing Off

    • Need more help?

    • ...and finally

Who Is Your Teacher?

Elizabeth O'Shea

I’m Elizabeth O’Shea, a parenting coach, author, speaker, child behavioural expert and the director of Parent 4 Success, which I set up 9 years ago. I am one of the leading parenting specialists in the UK. I appear regularly on BBC TV and Radio. With over 30 years’ experience of raising children and supporting parents in raising theirs, I can guide you to resolve you child's behaviour issues with tips and techniques that WORK! I have four children of my own so have first-hand experience of dealing with the demands of providing 24 hour care for children and all their challenges.

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One of the Hardest Jobs You’ll Ever Do

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Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs I think you can ever do – but you never get any formal training, don’t need any qualifications and don’t need to pass any exams!

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