The greatest barrier to learning and development is stress. Removing stress in a child’s life creates a space in which their true expression can unfurl.
The Edutherapy programme works by removing stress. Stress which compromises development. Stress which interferes with learning. Stress which inhibits our true expression.
The Parent Practice teaches a series of valuable, easy to learn techniques to make your life as a parent more fulfilling and your children feel happier and more confident. We offer and private consultations, topic based workshops (Managing Meltdowns and Misbehaviour, Bringing Out The Best In Boys, Raising Girls) and weekly parenting skills classes. Topics covered include;
- How to establish better habits and behaviours
- Dealing constructively with lying, fighting and negative behaviours
- Sibling rivalry
- Developing motivation, co-operation and confidence using Descriptive Praise
- Rules – How to make, apply and follow through
- Understanding your child’s feelings using Reflective Listening
- Fostering Self reliance and encouraging confidence
- How to be in charge positively, firmly and consistently
Come to a FREE taster class at our Parenting Classes held in Clapham South, Putney and Wimbledon or you can host a class in your area. For further information please contact us on: Tel: 020 8673 3444 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Afasic is the UK charity representing children and young adults with communication impairments, working for their inclusion in society and supporting their parents and carers.
National Autistic Society (NAS)
The site includes information about autism and Asperger syndrome, and about the support and services available in the UK for people with an autistic spectrum disorder (autism or Asperger syndrome), the family, professionals and journalists.
The National Attention Deficit Disorder Information and Support Service website provides people-friendly information and resources about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to anyone who needs assistance – parents, sufferers, teachers or health professionals.
IPSEA Independent Panel for Special Education Advice
IPSEA may be able to help if you feel your child’s needs are not being met.