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21 March

Ever noticed your child just tapping their fingers, bouncing their knee, or twirling their hair? The small movements of restlessness are called “Fidgeting.”

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19 November

One of the most difficult challenges of being a parent is having to leave your child. For many working parents this is a daily activity.

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01 October

We all have that famous or shiny person who we look up to, right? And hearing them speak about some of their challenges and struggles which are like ours, somehow makes us feel better.  

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23 July

Incredible tips for parents to draw anxiety out of your child, with a helpful drawing example! Thanks to Practitioner Krysten Taprel

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26 June

This week The Child Therapy List explores a parent-focused method, for parents and caregivers to learn to help their children cope and even overcome anxiety.

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10 January

Daycare drop offs, events with the extended family, or trips to the grocery store on a busy day: these can be uncomfortable situations for any child.

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