Cai Graham is a Parenting & Teen Coach, Speaker and Amazon #1 bestselling author of The Teen Toolbox. 

Cai specialises in supporting families overcoming obstacles; including communication issues, loss and trauma, so that they can enjoy a brighter future.

Everything you are doing has
brought you to this stage. But to
get different results things have
got to be done differently – right?

As a parent – the focus is
understandably on your children.
Trouble is, in the process you get
lost along the way. This often
breeds resentment, fatigue and
loss of self-esteem. To be the
best parent you can be – we need
to build YOU up first. 

Cai’s mission is to empower
people by providing them
with the tools and techniques
they need to cope with the
challenges of modern day life.

She supports them by breaking through their fears and phobias equipping them with some great coping strategies to allow them to live their lives to the fullest.

As a mother and feminine
entrepreneur Cai has blended
over two decades of motherhood with her background as a Master
Practitioner in: NLP, Hypnotherapy and Coaching to create an online education program, a book, and a one-of-a kind luxury retreat for individuals and families.

I would love to connect with you personally – and there are a number of ways you can get hold of me:

My Book


As Parents, we say that our




is our top priority.

And yet nowadays, we spend very little quality time together. 

The benefits of spending more time together
are HUGE:

Without sounding too corny – You are generating shared memories. Sprinkle in a bit of laughter and you have the recipe for Family Bonding at its best

Start looking for the opportunities to create this time together. It doesn’t have to be over-the-top and contrived. You can build time together doing the every day stuff.

Where you can, spend time with each person on an individual basis.

Pay Attention

Most often that not – children, including teenagers,misbehave as a way of getting their parent’s attention.

(You’ve heard the phrase even bad attention is better than no attention at all.)

Spending 1-2-1 time with each child is a sure fire way of avoiding this issue in the first place. And in fairness – it doesn’t really matter what the activities are. So long as it is something that your child enjoys doing

We rush from one urgent task to the next; never realising

what is actually IMPORTANT. 

Yes you are chauffeuring, feeding, cleaning, nursing,

negotiating …

BUT are you enjoying, appreciating, loving, nurturing, valuing

your family ?

Well – if you are still with me – GREAT!

I would love to be to support you further.

Why not come on over to my facebook group: PARENTS : TEEN Toolbox.

Click this link– or enter it in your browser

This a safe place for you to get some practical, down to earth advice.

You will receive support from:

  • Me personally – I post every day in the group.

  • Other parents – just like you – who have a wealth of experience – and who arealso wanting to support their children through those challenging teenage years.

So, click this link– and I can’t wait to Welcome you in!