Do you dread the stress that comes from your family? Here’s how you can use Listening Time to start building better times together.
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Un article traduit de l’anglais par Chloé Saint Guilhem, formatrice certifiée Hand in Hand Comme aucun autre travail que nous connaissons, le rôle de parent est très exigeant, très prenant. Bien souvent, le travail que
Hand in Hand is designated by AMCHP as an evidenced-based Promising Practice. Learn more. Trauma-Responsive Training for educators Support For early childhood educators Discover The trauma-responsive training and support program for early Childhood educational communities
Un article traduit de l’anglais par Chloé Saint Guilhem formatrice certifiée Hand in Hand En tant que parents, nous consacrons une bonne partie de notre temps à prendre soin des autres et à nous préoccuper de
Whether it’s music, homework, sports or another skill, when a child refuses to practise it can be frustrating. You want your child to progress and increase in confidence, as well as skill.
How can you help?
In this post, one instructor describes how her child went from plugging their ears whenever she suggested practising to happily asking to do more. It all started with a “Special Time Sandwich.” If you are tired of fighting about practising, give it a try.
We all know about physical first aid, even if we haven’t a clue how to actually perform CPR. So why don’t we tend to think about ‘emotional first aid’?
Having a plan for emotional first aid helps your family heal after traumatic events, build closeness and resilience.
New parent? These ideas will nurture you and build a strong base of understanding between you and your baby as you grow together.
A mama asked me recently what she should do when her child hits her? How do you make a child stop hitting? It’s a great question, because the key part to remember is that we
We are so honored that you’ve joined us for Refresh. We hope you will keep coming back to this classroom anytime you need to Refresh again. This classroom will remind of the foundation or building
Dear Hand in Hand, “I’ve heard a lot about the parent listening tool, Listening Partnerships, but what makes them so different to the good, easy chats I have with my friends about parenting? I have
I remember vividly the day I stopped a half-second short of slamming my two-year-old into the wall. He had just hurt the baby, and not for the first time. I was livid. I was almost out