Struggling to cope with your child’s behaviour?

Don’t know where to turn to next?

Like to know more about your child’s diagnosis or possible diagnosis?

Or just want to talk to like minded parents and carers in a friendly confidential group?

We meet in Pontypridd on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month in term time 10am – 12pm

CBS offer practical support and advice, regular speakers, training courses, library, 1:1 support and much more

Challenging Behaviour Support (CBS) is a parent-led Community Interest Company providing early intervention and long-term support for parent carers of children with challenging behaviour.

No diagnosis is needed to access support, which is inclusive of all additional needs such as: Autism Spectrum Disorder; Attention Defect Hyperactivity Disorder; Learning difficulties; Anxiety and other mental health conditions.

CBS remains committed to its core functions of fortnightly group meetings and 24/7 Facebook page whilst additionally offering 1:1 parent support and facilitation of various training programmes.

CBS hopes to secure funding to expand on current services and offer even more.

Why do we do it?

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Before joining CBS group, I was alone and felt like I was the only person going through our issues. This group has given me hope, advice, support, training and a new outlook on life.

Training Programmes

1:1 Support

Peer Support Group

Parental Wellbeing

Please note we are not doing sessions at our CBS office at the moment, due to the coronavirus situation.  We have gone digital!

Our sessions are now delivered online via Zoom, so come and join us!  Don’t worry if you haven’t used Zoom before, we have a handy guide available.

Be part of our wonderful Peer Support Facebook Community, our CBS closed Facebook Parent Peer Support Network has over 1600 members which offers great advice, support, friendship and more.

“The support I have received from CBS has been life changing for myself and my family. I don’t know how I would have coped with out their support. The courses I have attended have helped me learn a lot more about my sons issues and I have learnt ways to manage his behaviour.”

Where we meet