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Reshaping Education: Family Weekend Retreat | 26 - 28 April 24
We have all been shaped by our education in ways that we might not recognise. This workshop is a chance for us to vision together and find ways to co-create the future we would love for our children.
More about this family workshop
Parenting through divorce or separation
I can help you to place your child’s wellbeing at the heart of this transition.
Parenting through divorce or separation
Pregnancy and baby
Learn how to bond effectively with your baby and communicate with them through touch, sound and eye contact.
Pregnancy and baby
Children and toddlers (2-8)
Your well being is key to your child’s well being. Take a deeper look at ways to support this and overcome self sabotage.
Children and toddlers
Tweens and teens (9-18)
I offer parents tips and tools to stay engaged and in tune with their teenager while giving them the space they need to find themselves.
tweens and teens
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Journey Into Parenting - Parent Advice & Support Bristol

Parenting can be so hard. We all need a little extra help sometimes! Parent coaching can deepen the bond with your children.

Divorce and separation can be tough. Find out how to support your children through it with compassion and care. I offer a safe and supportive space for you to process your feelings about the relationship breakdown so that you are ready to create a new life with your child/children.

It is natural to have worries and questions about introducing a new partner. I can help you to place your child’s wellbeing at the heart of this transition.

Parenting is hard and children don’t come with a manual. Parents often come to me because their child is struggling with meltdowns, having a hard time fitting in at school, hitting or struggling around anxiety or food.

Parent coaching can help. Whatever you are going through I can teach you the skills to support your child more effectively. 

The transition from childhood to adolescence can feel monumental! With all of the physiological changes, new drives and impulses and added life pressures it can be easy for parents to feel afraid of losing connection with their teen.

With parent coaching, I offer tips and tools to stay engaged and in tune with their teenager while giving them the space they need to find themselves.

Parent and child's hands holding a heart - representing Parent Coaching in Bristol

Some helpful hints and tips on a range of topics related to family life.

Advice to help you understand your child better, communicate so that they listen and find solutions to tricky situations. 

An insight into how my parent coaching covers lots of different areas of support. Topics include sleep, emotional regulation, conflict and screen use.

Parenting Workbooks

Parenting Workbooks on various parenting topics, such as building resilience, mastering emotions and managing screen time use.

Nina Bambrey certified parenting coach -performing acrobatics in woods

Hi I’m Nina, and I am a certified parenting coach, author and researcher and a mum of a teen. Through my training and first hand experience I can help you with the things we all quietly struggle with.

I can support you with the practical problems of parenting, for example, making mornings/bedtimes easier, handling your teenager’s mood swings, what to do about temper tantrums, challenges at school, screen addiction or anything that might be causing struggle.

I offer a safe and non-judgemental space for you to receive support.

My background of working in a traveling circus taught me how to be brave, physically strong and adaptable. This experience gave me the resilience I needed to rise to the challenges of the path ahead.

Helping others parent joyfully is my mission!

Reshaping Education - Family Workshop

We have all been shaped by our education in ways that we might not recognise. This workshop is a chance for us to vision together and find ways to co-create the future we would love for our children.

View Nina's latest book:

Spirited: a creative workbook to prepare you for the adventure of parenting

Spirited book by Nina Bambrey - Parent Coaching in Bristol

Parent Coaching

What parents are saying

Get support with your journey into parenting today. How can parent coaching help you?

Some children love to understand how things work - even their own brain and nervous system.

Understanding this can support them to feel empowered. It helps them to learn what happens when big feelings come up.

I have made a free workbook which looks at what happens in the body ...when we feel angry, scared or upset. Making the latest neuroscience accessible to children.

It also offers some tips and tools to help your child calm down more easily. I also talk a little bit about what learning new skills is like.

Through this understanding they can learn to regulate their emotions more effectively - a skill they can draw on throughout life.

Click this link to grab your free copy: https://journeyintoparenting.com/mastering-emotions-workbook/

Jonathan Haidt’s new norms of childhood feel like a relief! Although in many ways they are not new. They simply return something which rightfully belongs to our children. Time to play freely. To explore the capacity of their limbs through running and climbing and get lost in games of imagination ...until they turn up at dinner time grubby and filled with the spirit of adventure. Like many of us did in the 70s and 80s.

It is only through such play that they learn to be capable, competent adults. Play is not frivolous. It is the work of childhood. It is anything but a luxury.

Returning this to our children may take effort on our part. Some of the infrastructure which allowed this to take place has gone. Fewer children outside means fewer parents keeping watch.

My opinion is that as parents we have to be brave, encourage our children to take manageable steps towards independence. Trust them to take responsibility and contribute to their family and community.

We need to raise children who are resilient enough to withstand the challenges life inevitably brings.

“There’s an old saying: “Prepare the child for the road, not the road for the child.”
― Jonathan Haidt.