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Do you ever find that… – You feel lost, confused, alone, angry, scared? – Despite your best intentions, you end up yelling, losing your temper, or doing things that don’t align with your parenting beliefs?
The first day of school can be a source of great anxiety, with students and parents feeling anticipation and nerves. The tools and strategies in this Back to School Support Pack build a sense of
Welcome to your back to school support pack. Cycle through all the information and activities included here and get all you need for your child to start the school year with confidence. 1. Guide to Separation
Imagine you had a teacher that listened, really listened, when you were upset at school. In daycare and pre-school settings, there are many cries for many reasons. Children missing parents. Children that need the bathroom
School can bring up a lot of change – and a lot of feelings about the change. For some children, school can feel a momentous challenge. They feel anxious and stressed – but you
In many, if not most, families one child becomes a squeaky wheel. The child insists on being the focus of attention, and ensures his or her position with behavior designed to bring a parent’s attention
Come and join a friendly and supportive 6 week Zoom course to learn the tools of Hand in Hand Parenting with an experienced professional. Each week in the class we will learn about one of
Trauma-Informed Tools Bring Hand in Hand’s pioneering tools into your family, school or practice. Overcome challenging child behaviors, avoid burnout, and nurture strong, adult-child relationships in 8 weeks or less. Learn More A trauma-informed programyou
In Part 1, Setting A Connection Plan In Place For The Holidays we looked at a family on holiday. Three siblings were happily playing, until suddenly, without much warning, the bigger child pushed a younger
Connection-based parenting puts connection before correction, is relationship-centered and trauma-aware, and can feel radically different and hopeful.
It was Mother’s Day and my kids were waking up at my house, where I live with my second wife and her daughter. My ex-wife and I share custody, and the kids go back and