Why Do this Course?

If you have discovered your teenager is stealing you are probably feeling a whole host of emotions - fear, anger, upset and disappointment in your teenager.

You are probably asking yourself why?
Why would your teenager do that?

It's not an easy issue to deal with, and most parents don't have the knowledge or skills to tackle stealing effectively. 

It's so difficult to know how to tackle stealing in the right way, so you can get it sorted. 

Take this online course today, to find out why your teenager may be stealing, what you can do as a parent about it and exactly what to say and do. With step-by-step instructions. 

What's Included in the Course?

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Introduction

    • 2. Before you start

    • 3. To get the best from this programme

    • 4. On this course you'll discover...

  • 2

    All About Stealing

    • 5. How common is stealing?

    • 6. What if you've got no proof?

    • 7. Why do teenagers steal?

    • 8. What damage does stealing cause?

  • 3

    Avoiding Mistakes

    • 9. What parents do to make stealing worse

    • 10. Mistakes parents may make

    • 11. Points to consider

    • 12. Approaching stealing in the right way

  • 4

    The Stealing Conversation

    • 13. Connection before correction

    • What is empathy?

    • 14. Use the right language

    • 15. How to start the conversation

  • 5

    Ways to Tackle the Stealing

    • 16. Five steps to deal with the stealing

    • 17. What if your teenager has been shoplifting?

    • 18. How to get them to admit other things they've taken

    • 19. Should you ever involve the police?

  • 6

    Your Teenager's Reaction, and How to Respond

    • 20. Responding to your teenager's reaction

    • 21. Responding to your teenager's reaction

  • 7

    Three Steps to Follow

    • 22. Part 1. Get them to admit to the stealing

    • 23. Part 2. Explain the consequences

    • 24. Part 3. Plan the 15 hours and extra work

  • 8

    Finishing Off

    • 25. Afterwards, talk about your expectations

    • 26. Stealing a second time

    • 27. Good luck

What Will You Learn?

This course includes: 

  • How to confront your teenager about stealing
  • What to do if you have no proof?
  • What will happen if you let your child off too lightly?
  • What if you’re too severe?
  • What are the right consequences for stealing?
  • How can your teenager make amends?
  • How might your teenager react when you confront them?
  • How to prepare for the conversation.
  • How to get your teenager to admit to anything else they’ve stolen.
  • What if your teenager has been shoplifting?
  • How to more likely your teenage won’t steal again

In one hours' time, you will know how to stop your teenager stealing. 

for just £99 (about $130) 

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

by Jamie Labate

Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs you can ever do –The course itself covers all tools and strategies you need. However this is really brought to life by Elizabeth’s insight and charismatic coaching.

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