Coping Strategies for Disadvantaged Children

Children can struggle to cope with challenging situations at home or in school, leading to issues like anxiety and behaviour problems. These challenges often arise from inadequate coping strategies, either in response to home circumstances or due to their own developmental and coping abilities. The consequences of a[…]

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The Power of A Post It Note…

The power of a post it note! and necessary interrupt Recently I found a yellow sticky post it note handwritten by my 11 year daughter which had been planted in my pencil case …. yes I still use a pencil case! And unashamedly it comes with a strict[…]

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The Healing Power of Kindness: Nurturing Teen Mental Health

🌟 Welcome to a Journey of Compassion and Confidence! 🌟 In a world that sometimes feels like a whirlwind of challenges, stress, and uncertainty, one simple yet profound remedy stands out – kindness. Today, on World Kindness Day, let’s dive into the incredible ways that kindness not only[…]

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Nurturing Child-Friendly Therapy Sessions

Creating a positive and effective therapy experience from a child’s point of view requires a thoughtful and child-centered approach. Here are some steps to help make therapy sessions more child-friendly: Choose a Child-Friendly Therapist: Look for a therapist who specialises in child therapy and has experience working with[…]

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Easing the School Transition for Children and Teens

The transition to a new school can be an anxious and overwhelming experience for both students and their parents. Whether it’s moving from Infant to Junior School, Primary School to Secondary School, or even relocating to a  new town or country, change can be challenging. However, with careful[…]

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Being anxious or having an anxiety disorder are the same right? 

The difference between being anxious and having an anxiety disorder can be confused in today’s world. The term ‘I’ve got anxiety’ may actually mean you are feeling an instance of being anxious – they are two similar things but not the same. The term should not be used loosely. It’s similar[…]

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