Posts in Driver education, Bullying, Mental Health and Volunteering

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September 03, 2019
By Dr Angela Mornane ‘My 13-year-old teenage son is never invited to birthday parties. He never complains, but I can see by his face that it affects him – especially when ... (more)
September 01, 2019
Audience Question: I am writing to ask for the best advice re how to help my 16 year old daughter with her worries about her weight. ... (more)
March 29, 2019
Understanding Anxiety Anxiety, fear and worry are a normal part of life, particularly for teens. For some young people, anxiety can be a big problem. By Professor Jennie Hud... (more)
November 27, 2018
Supporting a Teen with Mental Illness As a parent of a teen experiencing mental illness, you provide critical support. By Dr Anne Honey   As part of... (more)
October 22, 2018
Now that they have their Ps… Your role is not over yet – now they are really learning. By Dr Bridie Scott-Parker   You’ve survive... (more)
June 28, 2018
Should teens have a paid part time job? Exploring Teens written debate - Series #1, debate #2 (To ensure you don't miss any, subscribe to our monthly newsletter by ... (more)
May 04, 2018
Reminder - Your Sixth Month Check-Up Is Now Due By Kim Hansen   While having coffee this morning with the publisher of a parentin... (more)
April 20, 2018
Adventure therapy for early interventation A form of therapeutic care that is popular with teens by Will Dobud   ... (more)
November 17, 2017
Driving, it begins with establishing rapport by Mal Collits   This YouTube video shows a dad supervising his daughter... (more)
November 15, 2017
By understanding self-harm, we can help vulnerable teens. by Dr Erin Bowe   Self-harm is usually defined as the deliberate act of damaging one’s body... (more)