School refusal: When you child doesn’t want to go to school
A psychologist offers six tips to help if your child is one of the thousands who refuses to go to school every morning.
How to talk to children about the Russia-Ukraine war
We chat with a child psychologist about her top tips on answering your kids’ questions about the Russia-Ukraine war.
Anxiety in children
Anxiety in children have grown to become the second highest mental health issue they face. How can parents recognise if their children have anxiety disorders and what can they do about it?
How to help a child starting school for the first time
Is your kid starting big school this year? Our psychologist has some tips on how to make the starting school experience as smooth as possible.
“I couldn’t enjoy my baby”
As a brand new parent, I had barely a day of holding Hunter before I quickly became terribly concerned about his health.
How to stay positive during lockdown
Here are 17 simple tips you can adopt to keep cabin fever at bay and stay positive during lockdown.
Talking to your children about COVID-19
We can’t shield them from the information, but our resident psychologist suggests ways to steer them away from fear.
5 simple ways to raise grateful children
Intentionally injecting gratitude into our children’s daily schedules can create routines that will stay with them for life.
Explaining Jesus and the end of the world to a child
Q: Ever since she heard a sermon that the world is ending and Jesus is returning soon, my seven-year-old daughter has been extremely anxious. What can I do to allay her fears?
10 simple ways to talk to your children about terrorism
Even if terror events happen overseas and not in our own cities, they can still trigger fear in children who find out about them on TV or through friends. How can we reassure them?