The Gift of TIME

“Children spell love as: T-I-M-E” is a famous quote by Dr Anthony P Witham. Time is a concrete, measurable expression of love. When parents give their child the gift of time they are saying “I love you”; “I value you”; and “You are the most important person to me in the world”. During these Christmas … Read more

Coping when a loved pet dies

Children often develop intense bonds with their pet and may see their pet as a beloved member of the family. The death of a pet may be your child’s first experience of death. Some children may not even remember a time in their life when their loved companion wasn’t around. This may also be your … Read more

Dr. John Irvine – Helping young worriers

Dr John Irvine New Release Dr John Irvine’s most recent book-“Helping Young Worriers Beat the Worry Bug” is finally here! A Parents Handbook for the Worry Woos Series by Andi Green- this book offers practical and fun -filled ideas and activities to help you and your child navigate through the difficult area of anxiety.

HELLO BABY! – Heather Irvine-Rundle latest book

The READ Clinic is very excited to announce Heather Irvine-Rundle’s latest book, ‘Hello Baby!’ is now in circulation. So much of modern motherhood is targeted at looking good (even when you feel crap) and making your baby look good (even though he or she won’t settle or feed or stop crying). The Miranda Kerr’s and … Read more

Embrace your Emotions – Meet the Worry Woos

DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE PROGRAM In a world that’s so fast and furious, exciting yet exhausting, never has there been more urgency in educating our children in how to emotionally cope with it all. That’s why we’ve developed the The WorryWoo™ Developing Emotional Intelligence (DEI) Program. As teachers and educators, we all know that social and emotional intelligence … Read more

Rewards & Consequences

Parents will often come to counselling and say that “consequences just don’t work”, that their child “doesn’t care” when they lose privileges. That they have tried everything to get their child to: do their homework; clean their room; stop fighting or hitting; or to stop arguing etc. Rewards and consequences programs can be a part … Read more

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