How it works

REC Parenting provides support throughout the entire parenting lifecycle, from those first moments of considering starting a family, to how to manage adult teenagers, to coping as a grandparent, uncle, aunt, or blended family.

What you will find:


On many occasions, parents have doubts about parenting issues. However, it is not always easy to find trustworthy parenting information.

Stages, labour, delivery, common problems, high-risk pregnancies, multiple birth pregnancies.
Feeding, setting a routine, crying, attachment, taking care of pre-term babies, caring for more than one baby, first aid.
Tantrums, play, discipline, sibling rivalry, bullying, friendships, resilience.
Parent-adolescent conflict, screen time, anxiety, substance use, risk taking, motivation.
Taking care of yourself, the importance of fathers, new family forms, How much do parents really matter?, Do parenthood and guilt always go together?, parenting styles.
How to parent neurodivergent children, diagnosis, dealing with specialists, Autism, ADHD, ADD, tics, learning differences.

Our masterclasses by top academics and experts in their fields, offer reliable and expert information about parenting.

  • Pregnancy
  • Infancy
  • Childhood
  • Adolescence
  • Parents’ zone
  • Neurodivergent children
  • High quality documentary-style masterclasses.
  • Each masterclass is divided into lessons. An average masterclass includes 10 lessons. Lessons last approximately 10 minutes. You can choose the lessons you want to watch.
  • New masterclasses are added every month.
  • Masterclasses include captions.


Parenting can be lonely and often parents do not feel that they can talk openly about their experiences. The REC Parenting podcast brings you honest, open conversations about parenting. Each month we interview sportspeople, businesspeople, actors, celebrities, and journalists about their parenting experiences.

Hosted by Ana Aznar, founder of REC Parenting.

Season 2, Episode 3| In this podcast episode, Ana interviews Susie Wolff, a trailblazer in the world of motorsport. Susie talks about her upbringing in Scotland, her successful racing career, and her transition to motherhood.
Season 2, Episode 2 | Jeff Dodds on the importance of hard work, the concept of hard work-life balance and how he prefers to focus on creating a harmonious life instead.
Season 2 Episode 1 From loneliness to connection. In the REC Parenting podcast we discuss all things parenting with people that we like and admire. Every month, a new interviewee sits down with our host, Ana Aznar, to have an open and honest conversation about their parenting journey. All kinds of parenting issues are discussed […]
Season 1, Episode 5 | Tamara Beckwith Veroni on having children at very different moments in your life.
Season 1, Episode 4 | Lucas Di Grassi on being the best parent you can be.
Season 1, Episode 3 | Christiana Figueres on having an unconventional childhood which lead her to dedicate her life to public service, her self-healing journey to become the mother she wanted to be, and coming out stronger after going through a divorce.
Season 1, Episode 2 | Yaser Martini on experiencing the death of his daughter Margot at the age of two and his fight for all of us to become blood, stem cell, and bone marrow donors.
Season 1, Episode 1 | Nicki Shields on pregnancy, feeding babies, mum guilt, and social media pressure.
One in two mums report having thoughts of harming their baby, either by accident or intentionally. If you are having or have had those thoughts, your are not alone. And remember: they don’t make you a bad mum. In this podcast, also available in video, Dr Caroline Boyd talks about Infant Harm Thoughts. This podcast […]
Few things are as distressing for a parent that having a child who is self-harming. Sadly, self-harm is quite prevalent amongst teenagers. In this podcast episode, Dr Tara Porter, explains what self-harm is and tells us how to deal with our teenager should we find ourselves in this situation. This podcast episode, also available in […]
Dr Bettina Hohnen explains what are Executive Functions and why are they important.
Dr Jeanne Shinskey. There is an educational app for almost anything. But are they really educational?
Dr Thomas Hunt, explains what maths anxiety is and gives very useful tips to help our children if this is their case.
Dr Paula Corcoran explains with a great deal of love and compassion, how children understand the concept of death as they grow, how to deal with a child who has a terminally ill family member or who experiences a sudden death in the family, and how to deal with strong emotions during the grieving process.
Being a working parent is not easy. Dealing with work and home pressures can often be exhausting, overwhelming and stressful. In this podcast, also available in video, Dr Rachel Melville Thomas reflects on this topic and gives us helpful advice from a very understanding and non-judgmental point of view. This podcast is for all working […]
Season 1, Episode 6 | Drs Rachel Nesbit & Ana Aznar discuss why play is important with a special focus on adventurous play.
What is the right age to give your child their first phone? Has your teenager disappeared in their screen? How to avoid fighting over the phone? Should I check my child’s phone? If you have ever wondered about these questions or are struggling to handle screens within your household, this podcast is definitely for you.

One to one parenting support

Sometimes parents need one-to-one advice to solve their parenting doubts. Contact our therapists as often as you need to solve any parenting doubt you may have. No question is too big or too small. Complete a short questionnaire, and we will match you with the therapist that will best understand you. Communicate with your therapist however you prefer via messaging, chat, or video call.

Messaging: Message your therapist anytime from anywhere. No scheduling needed. Your therapist will answer within 24 hours.

Chat: Schedule a chat session whenever works for you.

Video call: Schedule a video call whenever is convenient for you.

REC Parenting checks therapists’ credentials, so you can be sure that you are getting reliable and expert advice.

All communications are secure and strictly confidential between members and their therapist.

There are two available plans:

113 €/year £97/year
What do I get?
Access to our library of masterclasses, podcast, and blog
Weekly Q&A
Access to our special events
£127/year 147 €/year
What do I get?
Everything in the Crawling Plan
Unlimited number of messages with your therapist
Access to our community
£2,373/year 2.765 €/year
What do I get?
Everything in the Walking Plan
1 weekly session with your therapist

Once you are subscribed you will have immediate access to our library of masterclasses and podcasts. We will match you with a therapist within 24 hours.

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