Coronavirus for Parents
As schools and childcare centres around the world close their doors in response to the coronavirus, it can be easy to think of it like a summer holiday, or some…
Parent strategies to help your child reduce anxiety and feel strong
If your child is experiencing anxiety, what can you as a parent do to help, what strategies can you implement and when do you need to seek help for your…
Moving From Coronavirus Anxiety to Effective Action
Clinical Psychologist Dr Jodie Lowinger, details a simple, 3-step plan for helping us recognise and alleviate the stress and anxiety we’re all feeling about the pandemic.
How to manage Sensory Overload
With so much sensory information rivalling for our children's attention, how do we help them manage the messages to try and avoid them coming to the point of overwhelm? Click…
How Predictability Helps Children Function
Predictability for your child is more than just a routine. Allison discusses how creating a predictable environment for your child can help mould their behaviour and brain function.
How storytelling works magic with your kids
Do you share stories of your childhood or teenage years with your children? Dr Arne talks through how sharing your childhood experiences (the good and the bad) with your kids…
Connecting with your kids
Stephanie Wicker shares her four evidence-based tips for staying connected when your kids seem hell-bent on pushing your buttons!
Raising Optimistic Kids
How can we help our children become more optimistic in the face of challenges and in life in general?
Raising hopeful kids in a world of negative news
Our children are often impacted negatively by unfortunate world events thanks to modern technology. So what is the best approach to a child who is fearing the worst from our…
Connecting with kids – building love bridges
In our time-poor world, quality time doesn’t always go to plan, especially as our children don’t necessarily want to work in with our ‘scheduled’ time together. The good news is…