Kay Reeve

Kay Reeve turns talking into a framework for compassion, connection, and change for parents and teenagers with Asperger's...

Many teenagers don't want the stigma of help and that leaves parents struggling with their teenager going through stress, anxiety or depression. Sometimes help is available but the results don't last. That's why Kay focuses on you, the parent, becoming the ideal mentor for your own teenager.

We’ve all been teenagers at some point. And who can forget this time? Often painted in the media as being one of fun, exploration and adventure – it can actually be incredibly difficult for the young people, who have to go through these years in the modern world and even more so with the added confidence issues and communication difficulties of Asperger's.

Firstly there’s the huge emotions that teenagers start to feel which become amplified. Often these can be so powerful that they manifest real pain and discomfort. That’s before we even start on the social groups and hierarchies that can form at schools and social clubs, that they struggle to fit in with. Places that we trust to do the best for our teenage sons and daughters that know less than we would like about how to best support them.

All too often the impact of these emotions can be difficult for parents too. How many of you have had to deal with grunts and groans, silence for hours, slammed doors, poor conversational responses and a confused feeling that leaves you shut out and desperate for some answers and fearful for their emotional wellbeing?

Most problems can be solved by communicating with those around us… But what happens when your teenager cannot explain their feelings and shuts you out?

Each masterclass with Kay is packed with valuable insights, tip and tools for creating conversation, raising emotional awareness and finding solutions with your teenager to help you mentor them through difficult times.

Kay Reeve turns talking into a framework for compassion, connection, and change for parents and teenagers with Asperger's...

Many teenagers don't want the stigma of help and that leaves parents struggling with their teenager going through stress, anxiety or depression. Sometimes help is available but the results don't last. That's why Kay focuses on you, the parent, becoming the ideal mentor for your own teenager.

We’ve all been teenagers at some point. And who can forget this time? Often painted in the media as being one of fun, exploration and adventure – it can actually be incredibly difficult for the young people, who have to go through these years in the modern world and even more so with the added confidence issues and communication difficulties of Asperger's.

Firstly there’s the huge emotions that teenagers start to feel which become amplified. Often these can be so powerful that they manifest real pain and discomfort. That’s before we even start on the social groups and hierarchies that can form at schools and social clubs, that they struggle to fit in with. Places that we trust to do the best for our teenage sons and daughters that know less than we would like about how to best support them.

All too often the impact of these emotions can be difficult for parents too. How many of you have had to deal with grunts and groans, silence for hours, slammed doors, poor conversational responses and a confused feeling that leaves you shut out and desperate for some answers and fearful for their emotional wellbeing?

Most problems can be solved by communicating with those around us… But what happens when your teenager cannot explain their feelings and shuts you out?

Each masterclass with Kay is packed with valuable insights, tip and tools for creating conversation, raising emotional awareness and finding solutions with your teenager to help you mentor them through difficult times.