Through tumultuous times, everyday rituals and regular family traditions serve as anchors and safe havens to be counted on.
When we systematically allow our teenagers to go to bed late we couldn’t design a worse system for learning and wellbeing.
Here’s how parents can maintain healthy conversations with their teens, taken from the book, They’ll Be Okay written by psychologist, Collett Smart.
Just because your child does not mention it, does not mean they have not been exposed. Here’s some tips when starting a conversation.
These physical and behavioural signs could suggest that your child is anxious about returning to school, and here’s how you can support them.
Gaslighting is sinister, and like other forms of abuse, it seeks to harm the victim and then blame them for it. Learn to recognise the signs.
Don’t try to be a Pinterest parent, psychologist Collett Smart advises. Encouragement and tips as home schooling commences in Australia.
In this article, psychologist Collett Smart gives 6 tips for how families can effectively navigate being housebound together during COVID-19.
How much is too much information for young people? And what is age appropriate? I cover both younger children and teens in this video.
Reports on COVID-19 are everywhere – on every screen, in every feed, at work, and school. But how much is too much information? And what is age appropriate?