Dr Sarah Hughes holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and a PhD in child and adolescent anxiety disorders. She is the founder of Think Clinical Psychologists and has 10 years of clinical experience.
The pattern is always the same. Staying up late to complete homework that could have been started earlier and assignments finished in a frantic last-minute rush. What do you do when your child is a procrastinator?
If your child’s procrastination is driven by lagging organisational skills, breaking tasks into small steps will help them have a clearer picture of exactly what they need to do to meet a deadline. Here’s how.