Month: March 2019

Finding Your Calm Place in Parenting (It Really Can Happen!)

So, you may be fairly new to Hand in Hand’s approach or maybe you’ve been trying out the tools for a few months, even years. But at some point you’ll probably – most likely when you are particularly tired or frustrated – ask, “Is Hand in Hand too hard???” We know! We’ve been there! This

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Talking To Your Children About School Shootings

Talking To Your Children About School Shootings

A Guest Post by Nancy Kislin, LCSW It’s maybe no surprise that children are being traumatized by the fear of being shot to death in school. Monthly lockdown drills, active shooter drills and evacuation drills are causing anxiety and depression in children. The sad reality is that school children today do live with long-lasting trauma

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Helping Children Overcome Trauma

ACES is growing as a recognised issue worldwide. This video explains the tools you can use in your work raising or guiding children who have experienced trau…

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Parenting the Strong-Willed Child

You may have heard about how your tenacious, persistent, negotiating go-getter is developing the skills he or she needs to be a great leader in the future, but daily parenting a strong-willed child can feel like an uphill battle. All those constant requests, desires, energy and power play is a lot! This week Abigail and

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