YMCA Trinity are running a new project in Cambridgeshire called the Family Respect Project - working with children and young people aged 10 to 16 years of age, who display any abusive behaviours towards their parents and carers, and other people in their family. The focus is to support families who are experiencing child to parent abuse with a particular focus on working with the child or young person to facilitate change and growth within the family as a wider system. Referral to the Family Respect Project is by professional referral only so talk to your social worker, family worker or other professional.
Yvonne Newbold MBE (http://www.yvonnenewbold.com/) has easily accessible resources for parents to understand the behaviours they see in their child, and has developed strategies to support parents where their child has diagnosed, or suspected neurodevelopmental conditions
PEGS has been set up to support both parents and professionals deal with the issues associated with child to parent abuse. They have awareness and training sessions help people to learn new tools and techniques when dealing with abusive children, what policies are out there to assist families, and what other support networks and frameworks exist in the UK.
The SEND VCB Project supports families of violent children who also have an additional need to help their child be happier & calmer.. They have over 300 success stories and a Facebook group for parents - https://www.facebook.com/groups/421839288150939/
The Connective Parenting group is for any and all parents wanting a more connective way to parent. Based on the Non Violent Resistance or NVR approach it helps parents to connect with their child and manage any difficult behaviours gently. It is a therapeutic way of parenting that engages the child to develop positive self confidence and helps create a harmonious family life. The group is supportive, not judgemental.
The POTATO group | Parents Of Traumatised Adopted Teens Organisation. are a UK based group of parents who have adopted our children from the looked after system in the past 20+ years email@example.com
Capa is an online platform for families impacted by child to parent abuse and professionals supporting them Child To Parent Abuse | Capa First Response CIC