Seeing your child develop into an independent young person is a wonderful experience, but there can be challenges along the way. Our team includes teen coaches, bullying experts, child psychologists and health experts - so whether you’re worried about behaviour or welfare, diet or education, we can help you enjoy life as a family.
How Greatvine works
Greatvine connects you with the UK's top specialists so you get individual advice. No call centres or recorded messages.
Just dial and speak with the expert of your choice for immediate, 1-to-1 advice. Or send a question and receive a detailed reply by email.
To talk with an expert who’s not available now, click 'Request a call'. You only pay for the time you use, through your phone bill.
Problems using Greatvine?
Call the Greatvine Technical Helpline on 0208 820 4887.
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A Relate-trained counsellor and agony aunt with more than 20 years experience, Suzie has written 26 parenting and relationship books. She was also a counsellor on the BBC series ‘Stepfamilies’.
A chartered psychologist and parent coach, Jeni specialises in Positive Psychology to help parents develop their child's potential and find solutions to any difficulties affecting learning and behaviour
An experienced chartered clinical child psychologist, Angharad specialises in adolescent anxiety and depression stemming from bereavement, divorce and other life-changing events.
Linda is a parenting agony aunt and author of ‘The Happy Child’. Her training as a clinical psychologist means she can help parents deal with any behavioural and emotional problems their children experience.
Food expert on Sky1’s reality show ‘The Secret Food Diaries’, Mary’s mission is to help people with eating disorders and eating problems. She’s also founder of young people’s health charity Foundations UK.
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