How to heal the brains of traumatised children
When a child has experienced trauma, it’s important to build their brain from the bottom up to help them heal. In this video, neuroscience educator Nathan Wallis explains what each part of the brain needs to facilitate this healing.
What does a neuroscience expert want his grandchildren to do to boost their brains?
Nathan Wallis is a renowned neuroscience educator, but as a dad, he’d only just began to learn about the brain. In this video, Nathan, who’s now a grandfather, shares what…
Preparing children for a death
(3:44 mins) When someone your children loves is going to die, how can you prepare them?
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…
Preparing kids for a divorce
(4:11 mins) Going your separate ways? Here’s how to prepare the kids.
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…
The importance of mentors in your child’s life
Does your tween or teen child have a mentor? Dr Arne explores who a mentor is, what role they play in your child's life and why this is so important.
Family Relationships – connecting, communicating and resolving conflict
Young people are figuring out how to connect, communicate and resolve conflict with their families. How do we model healthy conflict resolution to our children, and also give them permission…
The impact of mind and body connection in helping with anxiety
What role does sleep, diet and exercise play in childhood anxiety and why is important to be aware of the mind and body connection?
(3:53 mins) Sometimes the world can be a harsh place for our sensitive children.
Why your child (and teen) is ruled by emotion over logic
When your child is between two and eight, and again in adolescence, they’re ruled by their frontal cortex, or feeling brain. Neuroscience educator, Nathan Wallis, explains what this means for…