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Child Psychiatry
In health terms, there is nothing that concerns parents more than a child’s emotional and mental state. This is a subject that we tackled in a recent post on our blog following some in-depth research into the subject. Not long after the report that prompted this post, further figures were released. These underlined some of...
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Got children? Got concerns? To be a parent is to fret. It’s part of the job. Not much makes us more anxious than the health of our children. Serious illnesses such as cancer. Long-term conditions like asthma or diabetes. Health, weight and diet. There’s so much to perturb parents. Few things, however, worries us much...
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You can’t have it all. That’s the message the Government appears to have for modern mothers. Like to combine a career, motherhood and beauty? Forget about it. You can’t have the cake and eat it. This is a subject that stems from a recent report that Jo Swinson, the Coalition’s Minister for Women and Equalities,...
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This week – November 17th to 21st 2014 – is Anti-Bullying Week. Bullying in all forms is something that, both as professionals and parents, we feel VERY strongly about. In this, we are far from alone. The internet, so often at the root of the problems that children and teenagers experience, is awash with resources,...
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Are they a troublemaker? Or might they have mental health needs that have never been met? Could YOU tell the difference? Could the teacher? Should the child be stigmatised, written off and excluded? Or might this be a problem that is rooted in misunderstanding and one that can, with the correct support, be solved? Could...
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This is normal – a fact of life. Yet anxiety, like the people it affects, comes in different shapes and sizes and not everyone is equipped to cope. It is a much misunderstood problem and something that ranks amongst the most-common mental health issues around. For this reason, we’re pleased that anxiety has been chosen...
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Children need boundaries and discipline to be happy. In parenting circles, not everyone agrees. This, in our opinion, is a major mistake. Bringing up children is a difficult job – and different people have different strategies. This is fine as long as the fundamental building blocks are put in place. Neglect the foundations, however, and...
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Pressure. For children and teenagers, it’s everywhere at the moment. Pressure at home. Pressure at school. Pressure from friends. Pressure from parents. Pressure is something that tends to be overlooked, but it plays a major role in an adolescent’s general wellbeing. The pressure is beginning to build right now, in the approach to the exam...
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To be fair to the Festive Season, this isn’t an issue that’s exclusive to December. The holidays in general can often be a tumultuous time. For children and young people, returning to school or college can come as quite a shock to the system. This can be a difficult period on the calendar and, for...
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Last month, we decided to open a Twitter account. Social media is something that we’re still experimenting with, but someone told us that, when it comes to connecting with people, this is a platform that’s hard to beat. We’re so pleased that we took the advice on board. Since joining, we’ve connected with countless organisations...
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