Behaviour Series of Books by Quirky Kid

Behaviour Book Series

We are proud to introduce the newest addition to the Quirky Kid range. Join Paul, Emily, Josh and other engaging character as they manage the difficult transition stages around hygiene, fear of the dark, manners and sharing. This series of 4 books is exclusively available at our shop. Translated and adapted by Barbara Gonzalez together with Quirky Kid psychologists, these titles will help parents and young kids alike. The books include: The Tales of Three Little Grubs, Hi, Thanks, By, It’s Mine and Good Night Nightmares.

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Power Up! Online

The Power Up! program is designed for children and young people who are involved in sports, music, performance or academics and want manage and improve their performance. The skills you will learn are those practised by elite athletes and performers around the world. The program offers participants with the opportunity to develop a unique set of psychological skills like, Goal Setting, Self-Talk, Imagery, Focus and Attention Control, Arousal Regulation and Competition planning.

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Quirky Kid Shop

We love therapeutic resources and go to great lengths to personally develop and produce our hand-packed kits. We are committed to providing parents and professionals around the world with creative and effective therapeutic tools that are tried, tested and loved in classrooms, clinics and lounge rooms around the globe.
Visit the Quirky Kid Shoppe to purchase tried and tested books, cards, games and other therapeutic tools that will complement your work with young people and their families.

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Parents resources

Our child psychologists  produce unique and practical content for parents, educators and other professionals working with young people and their families. There are hundreds of fact-sheets to explore.

We are constantly inspired by the young clients who visit and work with our child psychologists  at the Quirky Kid Clinic and draw on their influences when developing our resources.

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BOF SEL 10-12

The Best of Friends – SEL – 10 to 12 – Sydney

Book now for this innovative social and emotional learning program for children by The Quirky Kid clinic and help your child to develop Self-awareness and self-management
Social awareness and social management skills

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Workshop General

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Register below to be notified for the dates of the upcoming workshops. During term 4 we will be offering a new version of The Best of Friend covering a 8 weeks program and using our new material. Dates and times for our upcoming school holidays workshops will be announced very soon. To make sure you do not miss […]

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Shortlisted – Australian Publishers Awards 2015

Educational Publisher Awards

We are excited to announce that our Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program, The Best of Friends, has been shortlisted for the Australian Publishers Awards 2015! The shortlist is selected by a panel of more than 10 publishing industry professionals.This distinguished panel has agreed that our work deserves special recognition. Last year we took the trophy home […]

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Child Psychologist Position Available

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Quirky Kid has a new position for a senior child psychologist to work in our Sydney clinic. We are an expanding child psychology clinic and publishing company . Your role will be to provide therapeutic intervention and assessments to young people and their families. Further, you will assist us in launching our new school-based programs for the […]

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Teaching Kids Emotional Regulation

Managing Emotions

One of the ways in which children develop an ability to manage their emotions is by watching their parents and mimicking their coping strategies (Cole, 1994).  Naturally children develop those emotional regulation skills gradually and parents need to consider suitable modeling strategies for the different developmental stages. A three-year-old, for example, may express anger by throwing a […]

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Accommodating Hyperactivity in Children with ADHD


ADHD which affects approximately 7.2% of children worldwide (Thomas, 2015) presents as either the hyperactive-impulsive, inattentive or combined subtype (Willcutt, 2012). It is often first suspected by classroom teachers who witness the symptoms of hyperactivity and inattention. An interesting new study suggests that students with ADHD are more attentive when allowed to fidget. While behaviour modification efforts, especially in […]

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