Enter your details below to signup to my newsletter, and get access to my FREE ebook "Be A Better Parent In 30 Days"

Beth on Couch

A Little Bit About Beth Parmar

After a successful corporate career in Human Resources, specialising in ‘work psychology’ and ‘performance development’ I decided to retire to the ‘easy life’ and become a full-time mum. What a wake-up call that was!

 

Find Out More!

Watch This VIDEO To Learn More About Me!

 

THE CALM TOOLKIT FOR PARENTS

Do you just have days where your kids are pushing your buttons and you just fly off the handle?  Say things you regret later on, lose you temper, raise your voice and basically act like the parent you vowed you would never be? Being a parent is hard. It's emotional. You desperately want to do the right thing and set a good example to your kids, but at the same time they infuriate you and can bring out the worst in you at times!

Don't worry ... help is at hand!

Find out more!

Calm Tookit for Parents

My Programmes

  • Brilliant Minds

    Brilliant Minds was launched in 2011 and it provides children (aged between 7-11 years) a set of really easy to learn and understand tools, tips, exercises and strategies for them to boost their confidence, brain power and to improve their general well being.


    Find out more!
  • Parent Powers

    Parenting – the toughest job in the world, but also the most rewarding when it all goes to plan. Think about it - new managers get sent on a ‘management training course’ to equip them with the skills for the new challenges they’re going to face.


    Find out more!
  • Heads Up

    Teens and pre-teens have a lot on their plate these days. Pressures of school work, their social life (including the explosion of social networking and electronic communication), and an ever-decreasing pool of jobs to apply for when they leave school can often leave teens feeling stressed out and anxious.


    Find out more!

If you have any questions about my courses, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

My Blog

pep talk

Time for a pep talk

September 23, 2015

The underlying driver of all of our behaviour is that little voice inside our head.  Yes, our thoughts. The process... View Article