Tuning Into Teens is designed to support parents establish stronger relationships with their teenage children. The programme provides parents with a greater understanding of their teen's developmental needs and emotional experiences.
The building, named Te Korowai – The Home of Presbyterian Support Upper South Island, is located on Bealey Avenue, the Christchurch Service Centre is the Canterbury regional office for Presbyterian Support Upper South Island.
Presbyterian Support provides Family Works programmes for children, young people, and whānau/families to stay safe, strong and connected.
44 Bealey Avenue,
PO Box 13171
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8.30 am – 5.00 pm.
Services available from this location:
Tuning Into Kids is a parenting programme that aims to give parents helpful ways of teaching their child the skills of emotional intelligence. The programme teaches parents how they can help their child develop good emotional skills.
Access counselling, advocacy, family work and group programmes for your child and family through your school.
In a group setting, you’ll learn how to identify and manage potentially-problem behaviours more confidently.
Having positive role models is important to a child or young person’s development. If those role models are removed or absent from a child’s life, a mentor outside of usual family networks can be of enormous help.
Find out about the Young Parent Payment and the support you’ll get to help you plan your future.
Find out about the Youth Payment and the support you’ll get for a brighter future.
Help to get you back on track and heading towards a brighter, more independent future.
We work with young people to support them to deal with events or issues that are affecting their ability to get ahead.
We’re here to help when life, events or issues feel too big for you work through on your own.
We’ll help you to work out arrangements for your children with their other parent without heading to the Family Court.
Help for your child when he or she is struggling to feel good, to learn or to fit in at school.
We work with children and families to deal with issues affecting their child’s behaviour and happiness.
Learn how to parent better while going through separation. Group Parenting Through Separation courses delivered by trained programme leaders.