Kids, Anxiety and Coronavirus
There are three important things you can do to help your kids through the current situation in a way that will ultimately help them build resilience.
Social Connection While Socially Distancing
‘We are organisms of attachment, and we’re meant to be socially connecting, not socially distancing. We need to find ways to be together right now when we’re physically apart.’
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 to give your child what they need during COVID-19
Lukas Ritson urges parents to not try and become extra teachers for their children during the COVID-19 pandemic, but to be loving, nurturing and present parents, instead.
Helping little people understand masks
As the pandemic continues, you might notice that we're being asked to wear masks more often. How do we help little children to understand masks so that they feel more…
Making mornings magic
Mornings can be stressful, especially if you have kids. Dr Justin shares his tried and true tips for making mornings magic by addressing the psychological needs of our children.
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…
Tools for parents: How to use your own intuition to guide you
Dr Charlotte Reznick has some great strategies for teaching kids how to be calm and centred and access their own intuition. In this video, she turns the focus on parents…
Let’s get practical about sibling rivalry
Sometimes, the dynamics between siblings can be tough for the whole family to navigate. But, parents can help by using positive language about sibling relationships and encouraging respectful dialogue.
What to do when your child asks you for a smart phone
The conversation with your kids about getting them new tech devices is already a very familiar one to many parents. Jason Gibson has some suggestions for how to make those…