Join the Glenbrook Practice Parents Support Group

Become part of a supportive community tailored for parents and guardians. Share your experiences, gain insights, and feel empowered in your parenting journey.

WE Welcome you to Our Community

About Us

We offer a warm and welcoming environment where you can freely share your thoughts, feelings, and concerns about parenting. Our group values diversity and welcomes parents of all backgrounds and parenting styles, whether you are a first-time parent or have been on the journey for years. Parents and guardians of children of all ages, from tweens to teenagers and adults, are encouraged to join.

Our group aims to provide a supportive space where parents can connect, share experiences, and encourage each other. We hope to empower each other to be our best parents by coming together as a community. If you seek a community of understanding parents to navigate the challenges of raising children, we invite you to join us.

Why join us?

Supportive Space

We provide a safe and welcoming environment where parents can openly discuss their challenges and triumphs.

Encouraging Connections

Build meaningful connections with other parents who understand your journey and can offer support.

Gain Insights

Share your parenting experiences and learn from others in a community that values diverse perspectives.

Empowering Each Other

Empower yourself and others by participating in discussions and activities designed to enhance your parenting journey.

“Joining the Glenbrook Practice Parents Support Group has been a transformative experience. The sense of community and support is unparalleled.

It’s a safe space where parents can share openly and feel truly understood.” – Thembi Thompson

Join Our Supportive Community Today!

For further information, please get in touch with us at:
Give us a call at 083 227 9771.
The cost is R400.00 per person
Once monthly on a Wednesday, 6:30-8:30

Get in Touch

Joanna: +27-83-227-9771

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The fine print

DBT skills training neither replaces nor alters the key-working role of other professionals, Psychiatrists and Psychologists, currently seeing clients who are in DBT skills training. DBT skills makes a distinction between the roles of other providers as it is skills based and not psychotherapy. ©Glenbrook Practice (Pty)Ltd 2024