The teenage brain is a wonderful stage of growth and transformation, well done to Sarah-Jayne for communicating this so well in her writing. How do you experience your teenager? What is happening for them at school? With their friends? Their sense of identity? How do they use social media to communicate? These are questions for...

Do I need to see a Psychologist for my problem? Maybe?! In short no problem is too small. If it’s impacting you then we want to support you to manage this. It may only take a bit of tweaking and our high quality training and skill means we figure this out with you. As many...

Parent child game (or Personalised individual parent training – PIPT) is an intensive parenting program designed to promote a positive attachment relationship between a parent (or carer) and a child by reducing children’s oppositional and antisocial behaviour and increasing their prosocial behaviour and compliance. I work collaboratively with families, using my knowledge and the parent’s understanding...

Video interaction guidance is an intervention where the client is guided to reflect on video clips of their own successful interactions. The process begins by helping the family or professional to negotiate their own goals. Asking them what it is they want to change helps to ensure that they are engaged in the process. Adult-child...

The Incredible Years® is a series of interlocking, evidence-based programs for parents, children, and teachers, supported by over 30 years of research. The goal is to prevent and treat young children’s behavior problems and promote their social, emotional, and academic competence. The programs are used worldwide in schools and mental health centers, and have been...