Resources about “Girls”
It is normal for preschoolers and young children to hang back close to their parents when meeting and engaging with someone new and display some for of Social Anxiety.
Most »Continue Reading
Many young people are beginning to push the boundaries of their chosen pursuit to an elite or professional level from their early teens. It is not uncommon to begin representing »Continue Reading
Sexual education is a lifelong process of acquiring information and forming attitudes, beliefs, and values about such important topics as identity, relationships, and intimacy. Parents often wonder when sex education »Continue Reading
Fighting between siblings, or sibling rivalry, is a common concern among parents. A certain amount of arguing between children in families is normal, and is one of the ways that »Continue Reading
Social skills is a common concern among parents. Often children can have difficulties in making and keeping friends. They may be left out of games at lunch, not get invited »Continue Reading
Bullying occurs when someone or a group of people cause psychological or physical harm to another person, or damage their property, reputation or social acceptance, on more than one occasion. »Continue Reading
We are incredibly proud to introduce a very special Therapeutic Resources – The Tell me a Story cards.
The highest you ever climbed! – The furthest you ever swam! – »Continue Reading
We are proud to announce the publication of our first therapeutic resource: The Just Like When cards.This is a limited first edition featuring 18 illustrations on tactile cards »Continue Reading
We are delighted to introduce our new resource.
The FACE IT collection always makes an impression! This set of thirty-five (35) hand-drawn cards, depicting a wide range of facial expressions, »Continue Reading
Presented by senior researchers from the UTS Health Psychology Unit, this lecture unravels the facts about cyber bullying. It debunks media stereotypes of perpetrators and victims, lays bare its costs »Continue Reading