Alternatives to punishments and rewards
Teacher Tom explores how punishments and rewards work in a child’s mind and the concept of ‘natural consequences’.
What to do when your teenagers muckup
It is inevitable that at some point your tween or teen will do something wrong. Often, it is not something a parent can control, but what you can control is…
Why Teens Will Often Be Driven Towards Risky Behaviour (Sexting, Drinking etc) and What Parents Can Do
Did you know the human brain is not fully developed until about the age of 24? In this video, Karen Young discusses what is happening in the brains of teenagers,…
Understanding the Sensory Systems
Let's take a look inside your child's brain and see why they behave the way they do, because behaviour is always a by-product of what is going on in the…
Toddler Sibling Conflict
Toddler behaviour expert Steph Wicker answers a ParentTV members question: "I have a 3yo speech and gross motor delayed little man and a 17mo little miss. I'm finding it increasingly…
Listening to and advocating for your child
How to hear your child and advocate for them with power and grace - co-depending and listening.
What is anxiety and why are children experiencing it?
What is anxiety and what does it look like in a child, both physically and mentally? Allison discusses the signs to look for and causes for the increase of anxiety…
Why should kids be encouraged to take risks?
In this video, Holly-ann Martin, Managing Director of Safe4Kids and child abuse prevention educator, talks about why it’s important for parents to encourage their kids to take risks in their…
One great strategy for dealing with sibling rivalry
Teaching siblings to get along is one of the biggest challenges of parenting. This video explains easy steps to encourage sibling kindness.
Teaching young children to ‘use their words’ when they’re upset
We'd all love our kids to 'use their words' when they're upset - learn expert tips for encouraging this in your child
What to do when your tween says they hate you
(3:18 mins) Big emotions can lead to harsh words, so separate the rules from your relationship to keep them in check.