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Are you worried about your teenager not doing their best at school?

School problems are common. Our professionals are experienced in supporting families and can help you get on top of problems quickly.

We can support you with a range of concerns to do with your teenager and school.

  • What do I do if my teen is being bullied at school? What if my teen is bullying others?
  • How can I encourage my teen to go to school regularly?
  • My teen is vulnerable to peer pressure. How can I help them build their self-esteem and confidence, so they make better decisions?
  • How can I help my teen cope with exam and homework stress?

Speak with a professional now

Free service, funded by the Australian Federal Government for Australian parents and carers.

Book a session

Speak with a professional

Free service, funded by the Australian Federal Government for Australian parents and carers.

Book a session

We can support you with a range of concerns to do with your teenager and school.

What do I do if my teen is being bullied at school? What if my teen is bullying others?

Book a session

How can I encourage my teen to go to school regularly?

Book a session

My teen is vulnerable to peer pressure. How can I help them build their self-esteem and confidence, so they make better decisions?

Book a session

How can I help my teen cope with exam and homework stress?

Book a session

Award winning service used by 1000s of Australian parents and carers.

2018 Mental Health Service Awards of Australia and New Zealand

2018 National NAPCAN Play Your Part Award

New ways to look at parenting:
Peter and Tina's story.

Peter’s daughter Tina was refusing to go to school, which caused a lot of arguments at home. Peter was concerned that Tina would fail her exams and was worried about her future.

Our professionals helped Peter to learn new ways of communicating with his daughter. He started to really listen to Tina, which encouraged her to be more open with him about the struggles she was having at school. These new communication skills helped them to try and solve the problem together. They made a plan to get Tina the support she needed to manage her study stress and attend school more frequently.

Parenting story



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Funded by the Australian Federal Government, we are a free service for parents and carers of young Australians.

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About us

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ReachOut

ReachOut is Australia’s leading online mental health organisation for young people and their parents. We help over 2 million Australians every year.

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The Benevolent Society

The Benevolent Society is Australia’s first charity and provides the personalised one-on-one family support

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Federal Government

This service is funded by the Australian Federal Government.