Disruptive behaviour in children

Raising your child’s self esteem

Self esteem is the name given to how much a person values themselves and sees themselves as having worth. It is made up of your beliefs and your emotions and it is recognised by child psychologists as being the glue that supports a child to stay resilient within an unpredictable and at times unstable world,

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Is your child being bullied?

‘Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me’ – sound familiar? It may be advice we heard from our parents or that we have given to our own children, but we all know it simply isn’t true. When we think of bullying, most will conjure up an image of children

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my child has no friends

My child has no friends

Seeing your child struggle to make friends can be heartbreaking.  They know that they are being ignored and left-out, and may cry sadly with you because they simply do not know how to manage or change the situation.  Your natural reaction is to want to help, so what can you do?  Here are a few

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Anti Bullying Ambassadors: Stamping out bullying for good

Anti bullying concepts are continuously evolving and there are varying statistics regarding how many children experience bullying, some range from 1 and 4 children, others claim around 6 in 10. Regardless of which figures are the true reflection of bullying, the fact is, one child being bullied is one too many. Bullying doesn’t just make

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anorexia in boys

Boys with Anorexia

Boys with Anorexia are less likely to ask for help, with between 10-15% of sufferers being male it is important parents and carers know the symptoms. Anorexia Nervosa means ‘loss of appetite for nervous reasons’ and is one of the best known of a whole range of eating disorders that affect a variety of people

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