Parenting

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The secondary school transition

For children in year six, the secondary transition is already looming on the horizon, and may bring mixed feelings – whether consciously or unconsciously. Supporting them through these changes and helping to create a positive primary school ending can really help.

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Therapy for children and how it helps

Our therapy team are child and adolescent experts, supporting children to make sense of whatever issues they are facing. But have you ever wondered how this works? Look inside our therapy sessions with this blog, which explains how we approach the therapeutic process with children.

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Alone with another

As humans, our babies are born more defenceless than any other animal, more vulnerable and more dependent. Being a mum can be hard, isolating and lonely. A supportive blog to validate the challenging aspects of raising an infant.

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Why Christmas Isn’t for Everyone

Christmas can bring increased pressures on families and make other difficulties more heightened. In contrast to the adverts at this time of year, for some it’s a sensory bombardment, or a stressful build-up, or a confusing time of conflicting beliefs.

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Movember: Men’s mental health

Research shows that men are less likely to access therapy or confide in friends or family about mental health. An introduction on how to get past taboos and continue the important conversation that has begun to emerge about men’s mental health.

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