Developing Emotional Resilience in Children

Kids Keen To Learn True Resilience Originally published in The Sunday Times, 8 July 2018 by Josh Zimmerman CHILDREN as young as four are being taught how to cope with anxiety and develop the resilience required to manage their feelings. Parents concerned their kids...

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6 Ways To Build Resilience in Your Child

Resilience is important for a child's wellbeing. A resilient child copes better with problems, bounces back from adversity and builds upon their strengths to adapt. Here are 6 Ways to Build Resilience in Your Child which focuses on enhancing social and emotional...

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Reduce anxiety with this daily routine

Routines provide a sense of structure and familiarity Routines can help children to learn to constructively control themselves and their environments as well as internalise constructive habits such as basic self-care. This helps them feel stable and secure. However,...

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How To Relax The Mind

We are just so busy these days. Sometimes it can be helpful to remind ourselves to take out and relax more often. The Family Relaxation Menu can be used to encourage everyone in the family to set aside some time to relax. The kids might like to select an entree, main...

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Resilience Kit Private Home Sessions

Learn Practical Strategies at Home Is your child resilient enough to tackle the challenges of today and in years to come? We understand that families just like yours, are busy. How helpful and convenient would it be for your child to learn practical social and...

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What does confidence have to do with resilience?

Confidence and resilience Do you think there might be some overlap in terms of the meanings ascribed to these words? According to the Oxford Dictionary definition, confidence is the feeling or belief that one can have faith in or rely on someone or something. There is...

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