Kids Behaviour

Questionnaire: Do You Understand Your Child’s Friendship Issues?

All parents like to think that they really understand their children, and will hopefully have the answer to any problems that may arise. However, we don’t always get it right…

Interview: Working with Behavioural Issues in Children

Dr Sarah Helps is a child behaviour specialist and has spent the last 13 years working with children and young people who struggle with their behaviour for a variety of…

Guide for Single Parents Coping Alone

BEING a single parent is tough, and if you have a child who displays challenging and difficult behaviour and you suddenly find yourself dealing with this alone, you could be…

Brush Your Teeth: Colouring Sheet

Molly is a good girl. She brushes her teeth every night before she goes to bed and every morning before she goes to school. Molly’s teeth are looking extra sparkly…

Managing a Child’s Behaviour When a Parent Dies or Leaves

One of the most important things to recognise as a single parent is that you will start to rely more on your friends and family for support, and far from…

Support for Children With Behavioural Problems

All children have the same basic needs – beyond food and shelter all kids need to be surrounded by loving, supportive people who are dedicated to their welfare and healthy…

Sharing and Counting Cars Game

Paul and Niall are being very good. They are playing with Paul’s toy cars, and they’re making sure that they are sharing them out between them. It’s really nice to…

Talking to Your Child About Your ‘New’ Family

When you are first on your own with your children, the last thing that you will want to think about is meeting someone new. Chances are that you are still…

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Unlike traditional psychotherapy which can take years, cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is specific-goal oriented, with positive results often beginning rather quickly. CBT places emphasis on the role that thoughts play…

DISCOVERY, INFORMATION & GUIDANCE for Kids