Katharine Hill LLB JP is UK Director at Care for the Family, a national charity which aims to strengthen family life and help families in difficulty.
Katharine speaks and writes widely on family issues. As an established speaker, she has addressed thousands of people across the UK on marriage and parenting issues.
She draws on her personal and professional knowledge in writing articles for newspapers and magazines, as well as in national and local broadcast interviews.
Katharine also leads on Care for the Family’s policy agenda representing the organisation at government level, and she is a board member of the International Commission on Couple and Family Relations.
Prior to joining Care for the Family in 2004 Katharine was a solicitor, specialising in family law, and for a number of years also ran a Legal Advice Centre in a socially-deprived area of Bristol. Katharine has also served as a magistrate.
Katharine is married to Richard and they have four grown-up children.
Katharine Hill explores the impact of the digital world on teenagers and younger children, giving practical advice on screen time, social media, and consumer culture as well as cyberbullying, grooming and pornography.
For parents who not only want to ‘cope’ with bringing up children in the world of digital technology but to be on the front foot.
From first angelic role in the nativity play to first love, from broken hearts and best friendships to school bullies, life as a parent is an emotional roller coaster. Amid the chaos of finding swimming goggles and refereeing sibling squabbles, many of us long for help.
Here is help! Wisdom in bite-sized chapters, sayings to commit to memory, cartoons to bring a smile. So put the kettle on, and if you forget everything else, remember this…
This hilarious, engaging little book is packed full with great ideas to help any really really busy parent find that extra minute, to enjoy their kids and to make the very most of every precious moment.
In this lovely light-hearted collection of quotes and sayings, Rob Parsons and Katharine Hill capture the pressure points, the highs and lows of domestic trials and bliss and remind us to make the very most of the time we have with the most important person in the world.