Monthly Archives: July 2011

Cyberbullying Teenagers

When young people experience bullying behaviour online, it can be difficult to spot. To help your child, you can learn about cyberbullying – what it is, when to step in, and what to do about it. Continue reading [...]

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New autism programme brings hope to families

New autism program brings hope to families By Stefanie Menezes Updated Mon Jul 4, 2011 1:58pm AEST Story Reduced:  It is estimated at least 30,000 children in Australia have an autism spectrum disorder. Helping or educating an autistic child can … Continue reading [...]

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Using Children as Weapons Harmoniser Style 1

When you first met they are usually loving, quiet, nurturing, supportive, and giving, the perfect mother or father image.

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Posted in Children, Divorce & Separation, Parenting, Relationships | 21 Comments

Aftermath of Divorce – Useful Resource for Therapists

Aftermath of Divorce: Useful Resource for Therapists Constance Ahrons, (1994) ‘What’s Normal in Divorce’ In  ‘The Good Divorce’ Harper and Collins Summary of some of the points made by Ahrons: Page 47-74 (Summarised C McMahon) Obviously there are healthy ways … Continue reading [...]

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Parenting Websites – Useful Links

Websites  to Help Parents – Useful Links • Raising Children Network Website: • Parenting South Australia Website: • Every child is important booklet by the Australian Childhood Foundation PO Box 525 Ringwood Vic 3134 1800176 453 • Healthy Start Website: … Continue reading [...]

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