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Ipswich families needed for Channel 4 nanny programme

18:00 29 January 2016

The Three Day Nanny,  Kathryn Mewes

The Three Day Nanny, Kathryn Mewes

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Families in Ipswich are being sought to take part in Channel 4 television programme The Three Day Nanny.

The programme sees nanny Kathryn Mewes, author of parenting guide The Three Day Nanny and who has more than twenty years’ experience of working with children, spend time with families who are reporting behavioural problems with their children.

Kathryn was trained at the Norland Nanny School and has since set up her own nanny practice where she has worked with hundreds of families.

Families are urged to get in touch if they are experiencing problems with their children overcoming fussy food habits or bedtime battles, tantrums or argumentative behaviour.

The Channel 4 series follows families as they work with Ms Mewes to tackle such behavioural challenges using her three-day technique, and will arm parents with the confidence, skills and techniques to help them to maintain positive changes long term.

The show’s producer Liberty Bell is inviting families to apply to take part in the programme to receive Kathryn’s expert help.

If you feel your family could benefit from Kathryn’s help or to find out more about the show, call the production team on 0207 598 7267 or email nanny@libertybell.tv

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