In a world where children are still learning to express their emotions, play therapy crosses the divide and helps the child to communicate with the therapist.
Parental guidance provides the springboard to moving in the right direction when you don’t know which way to turn. When situations seem desperate, sometimes a session can bring clarity on what to do next.
EMDR is an additional technique used to help children and adults alike, deal with traumatic events in their lives.
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Heart and Soul Conversations – Join me on a discussion around discipline:
“I need help with…”
When your child is the victim of intimidation, physical and verbal assault. This is usually a repetitive cycle that the victim has difficulty stopping the attacks…
ADD / adhd
Attention Deficit Disorder – difficulty in concentrating and paying attention, impulsive behaviour and excessive activity…
Learning methods to prevent future behaviour problems. Dealing with current behavioural problems.
anxiety and fear
Anxiety and fear can manifest in children crying often, behaviour issues, separation anxiety, sleep disorders and more.
“My life sucks!” “I hate my life!” “I wish I were dead.” Depression can devastate a childhood. It’s important to help your child with the issues that are contributing to their unhappiness.
This can be selective mutism, cursing, shouting, lying or making up stories.
Join me on Wednesday 14 and Saturday 17 August 2019 for our next Heart & Soul Conversation.
I will be presenting part 2 of Discipline and Parenting styles. Contact Liesl at 0662859522 or email@example.com to book your seat.
Which Is Better, Rewards or Punishments? Neither Rewards and punishments are conditional, but our love and positive regard for our kids should be unconditional. Here’s how to change the conversation and the behavior. Follow this link to read the original article: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/21/well/family/which-is-better-rewards-or-punishments-neither.html
The infographic below takes a look at how trauma affects children’s learning abilities, and what you as an educator or parent can do to help. Download PDF Version
With so much information on the web, there is bound to be a time where our children accidentally come across something unsuitable for their innocent eyes and minds. Google has now provided us with an opportunity to put more distance between the nasty stuff and the valuable information that our offspring can use. I give…