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Discipline is Good

Discipline, as Dan Siegel (the Neuroscientist) says, is ‘one of the most loving and nurturing things we can do for kids.’ I asked my 15 year old what came to her mind when I said, ‘discipline’ and her response was telling.  ‘It means I need to be taught a lesson but in a bad way’. […]

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Shape your pre-teen’s brain and help them thrive as teenagers

We all know that the early years for a child are an essential time for healthy growth and development, particularly between conception and 3 years.    Children’s brains are at their most active during the first five years of life, which means neuroplasticity (when brains make neural connections in response to environments) is rapid. ‘Early Years’ […]

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Review of Parent Effectiveness Training (PET)

Muddling Through by Leah Larwood Nobody hands you an instruction manual when you become a parent. If you’re lucky, a flurry of well-meaning friends will probably lend you a selection of parenting books, each one containing fascinating yet vastly conflicting advice, leaving you with less answers than you had before. More often than not, most […]

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