chance to get help from Family SOS expert
it's growing pains your family has to deal with, or you think your
family is just a pain in the neck to live with, then it's your final
chance to get the advice of an expert to try to sort out your family
problems and take part in a new BBC Northern Ireland series, Family
production of the series is nearing completion but if you think
you would be prepared to share your family problems with top TV
psychologist Dr Geoffrey Beattie and have the chance of taking part
in the programme, the production company, Straight-Face Productions,
would like to hear from you.
SOS is looking for families from all over Northern Ireland who would
be willing to let Geoffrey try to resolve their dilemmas across
a range of issues from the light-hearted to the serious.
your teenagers 'typical' teenagers?
your parents embarrass you or are they 'out of touch'?
you, or someone in your family, trying to lose weight? Have you
tried diets without success?
winter closing in, does someone in your family suffer from Seasonal
Adjustment Disorder (SAD).
Kelly, producer of Family SOS, said: "We're
currently reaching the end of production for the series but there's
still time for families across Northern Ireland to get in touch
if they would like the chance of taking part.
matter what your family problem is, whether it's something really
serious, such as gambling or eating disorders, or something more
light-hearted, such as teenagers who feel their parents just don't
understand them, we'd like to hear from you if you're willing to
let top TV psychologist Geoffrey Beattie into your home to offer
advice and appear on TV."
production company will film in the homes of the families and viewers
will see what advice Geoffrey offers, how the family handles it
and hear Geoffrey's regular updates on each family's progress.
you have a family problem you would like to share and would like
to take part in Family SOS, contact, in confidence, Laura Francis
or Tracie McKee at Straight Face Productions on 02890 651010 or
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