Free Resources for Parents

Articles on Parenting, Child Behaviour and Natural Child Development

All articles are based on personal in-clinic experience, and are supported by current research into brain science. They have been written for general education purposes and do not constitute personal advice. If you are a parent, I encourage you to seek professional support.

  • All
  • Child Development9
  • Counselling & Psychotherapy12
  • Families and Parenting14
  • Learning and Behaviour13
  • Relationships and Couples Counselling2
  • Top Tips2
Counselling & Psychotherapy

Online Counselling

Online counselling is suitable for anyone who would like help with dealing with stresses and tensions in your life. Without …

Read Full Post
Counselling & Psychotherapy

Trauma as Unhealed Wounds

We each have our own way of reacting to trauma. These are often learned patterns of behaviour based on our …

Read Full Post
Families and Parenting

Home Schooling

Does the thought of home schooling terrify you? You’re probably not alone. I would like to share with you some …

Read Full Post
Counselling & Psychotherapy

Recovery From The Bushfires

We’ve all had a traumatic experience with the bushfires early in 2020. No-one who lived through this can have escaped …

Read Full Post
Families and Parenting

Returning to School after Lockdown

Returning to school after lockdown may bring some unexpected challenges. You might notice mood swings, tears, anger or increased stress …

Read Full Post
Families and Parenting

Raising a Securely Attached Child

Raising a secure child is not always easy, particularly in today’s world. All parents want to do their best, but …

Read Full Post
Families and Parenting

Toddler Tantrums

Toddler tantrums. It happens to all of us. That moment when your toddler completely “loses it”. You feel frustrated, embarrassed …

Read Full Post
Relationships and Couples Counselling

Attachment Styles in Relationships

Have you ever wondered what it is that draws people together, and what it is that pulls you apart in …

Read Full Post
Families and Parenting

Meltdowns and Mood Swings

Are you worried that your child’s meltdowns and mood swings might be  signs of ADHD? Do you ever find yourself …

Read Full Post