Thursday 8th February 2024
Help everyone in the family improve their mental wellbeing.
Creating a strong family unit where everyone feels valued and important is key to good family wellbeing. We look at specific wellbeing challenges with plenty of practical advice to start difficult conversations.
Our Mental Wellbeing Collection helps you support your child’s needs, develop strong family bonds, and celebrate positive progress.
Understand feelings & emotions
Practical strategies to support
Ages & stages of emotional development
The Mental Wellbeing Collection
Thursday 8th February 2024
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Asking family members to provide childcare during school holidays sounds easy – but it can take work to make it successful.
Sensory support for children who don’t feel cold, pain, or hunger, or seem unaware of where their body is in space.
Dr Tina Rae explains how to support children experiencing grief and loss, from family members, to family pets, and even important belongings.
Explore the benefits of the ‘5 Ways to Wellbeing’, an easy model designed to help us frame how to look after ourselves and our children.
Author Georgina Durrant explains why play is a great way to help your child calm down and understand their emotions.
Find out how routines can help your child feel safe and secure by providing a sense of consistency and calm.
Clare discusses creating safe spaces for conversations, bullying in gaming sites and chat groups, and how to celebrate differences.
How to create family traditions that bind the whole family together.
Clare discusses bullying related to gender, gender identity, and sexuality with Lauren, CEO of an anti-bullying charity.
We share short-term strategies and long-term ways to support your child if they are self-harming.
Helly explains how the free My Family Journal app can help you understand your child’s behaviour.
We share 9 tips to help you prioritise your self-care so you can best support your child.
Changing your own online habits can help your child see that technology doesn’t need to dominate family life.
5 helpful tips if your child is anxious about being separated from you
Find out how you can talk with your child about social media and keep them safe online.
Find out how to help your child understand and manage emotions when they experience unexpected changes.
In the second-part of this bumper edition, find out why it’s important to remember self-care in order to support your child
Choose from popular topics and common parenting problems
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Browse our latest resources on a range of popular topics
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