Siblings is a new book by Quirky Kid

Siblings by Quirky Kid

Having a sibling can be a challenge!  The new title by Quirky Kid is a witty and imaginative picture book about the ups and downs of brothers and sisters.

With the help of a playful design and inspiring illustrations by Rocio Bonilla,  Siblings! presents two sides of the same story so sibling learns to appreciate each others qualities and quirks. Perhaps siblings aren’t so bad after all?

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Happy Holidays

From all the team at Quirky Kid, we wish you a fantastic holiday break, full of fun and adventures. We’ll close for holidays on December 23 and re-open on January 13, 2021. You can still register for our school holiday and term programs at our workshop page.

If you need urgent attention, please call 000 or lifeline on 13 11 14 and if you are a child call 1800 55 1800.

BaseCamp® anxiety program by Quirky Kid

BaseCamp® Program

BaseCamp® is an innovative anxiety program for children. It draws on decades of experience, combining a sound theoretical cognitive-behavioural approach with engaging activities.  

Winner of the prestigious London Book Fair International Excellence Awards (2018)  for The Educational Initiatives, and shortlisted for The Educational Learning Resources.

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'Lunch & Learn' Sessions

Lunch & Learn : Students

Join Quirky Kid psychologists and students who need our professional input to complete school assignments.  During  these online Lunch & Learn sessions, our team will share knowledge of Child Psychology practices and research, encourage independent thinking and provide some inspired constructive feedback about your assessment.  Students often contact us for help on school projects that […]

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Fairfield Public school and The Best of Friend Program

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Thank you for your interest. Register below to be notified of the dates of upcoming workshops. School holiday workshops and Term 3 2021 programs will be here before we know it, and places are extremely limited. Don’t miss out! Register below to receive early notifications for all workshops and programs.  

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Global Collaboration

Quirky Kid Share it's global collaborations

Dr Kimberley O’Brien and The Quirky Kid team have recently collaborated with Hodder Education UK to write and published five exciting titles to support Social and Emotional Education for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Program (PYP) curriculum.  The books deal came after a smaller collaboration with Hodder Education aimed at the Cambridge International Global […]

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Cobaw Community Health joins The Best of Friends® and BaseCamp®

We are excited to welcome Cobaw Community Health as a program facilitator of The Best of Friends®  and BaseCamp® program in Woodend, Victoria.  The Best of Friends® and BaseCamp® are multi-award winning Social and Emotional Learning programs developed by The Quirky Kid Clinic, and are now used by over 18 schools and agencies around Australia.  […]

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Tips for improving your child’s relationship with food

child choosing healthy food

Children are notorious for being fussy eaters, especially when it comes to healthy eating. With the abundance of fast food specifically marketed towards children, a parent’s job isn’t made any easier. Improving a child’s relationship with food from an early age will help ensure that they adopt healthy habits as an adult. The following article […]

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Working from home: the lockdown survival guide for families

child relaxed working from home with help of quirky kid

How can we create a productive space for the whole family to work from home? Maintaining your child’s education, your ability to be productive in the workforce and your family’s financial stability has never been so challenging. Many more parents are working from home alongside their children. Quirky Kid has developed our Top 5 Tips […]

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“Sydney psychologist Kimberley O’Brien said it was better to assess children when they were not on medication.

But of the 2000 families her practice sees each year, 10.6 per cent of the children are already taking antidepressants.”