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 your reaction to the situation.
How to manage tantrums in public
(6:28 mins) Learn how to gently support your child's tantrums in public without feeling ashamed or the "bad guy"!
Helping your teen make wise decisions
What do you do when your child gets to an age where they want to start making their own decisions...staying out late, going to parties etc? How do we work…
Understanding children’s choices
(3:31 mins) Why on earth is my child doing THAT? Let’s look at it through their eyes.
When does shyness become a problem?
Parenting expert Claire Orange talks through shyness in children, what to look out for and be concerned about, and ways that you can empower and boost a shy child's confidence.
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,…
Learn if it’s okay to use screen-time as a digital reward or punishment tool.
(6:25 mins) Learn if it’s okay to use screen-time as a digital reward or punishment tool.
Why does my child constantly need to move and fidget?
(3:28 mins) Why does my child constantly need to move and fidget?
The difference between tantrums and meltdowns
Do you know the difference between and tantrum and a meltdown? Allison explores that characteristics of and motives behind each of these, sharing ways in which you can help manage…
What to do if you suspect your child has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)
Music therapist and brain care specialist Allison Davies answers a ParentTV members question: "I have concerns that my 14 year old has signs of sensory processing disorder. Since birth he…
Why most punishment doesn’t work
(4:11 mins) Are you struggling with consequences that simply don't work? Do you find yourself relying on punishment that, in the end, feels useless and make you seem like the "bad guy"? Learn why most punishment does not work and be free of the parenting guilt we often mix with using ineffective punishment.