Empowering you to help your child in the Early Years

We know the brain changes throughout life, but there are sensitive periods of development when the brain is more pliable – between birth and 2 years of age, between 4 and 6 years of age, and around puberty. Research shows that how parents interact with their child in the early years can have long-term effects on their brain function, chemical balance, and emotional regulation. We know that the environment shapes neural pathways.

How can you set your children up for the best success and well-being later in life?

Secure attachments develop secure children. There are many ways you can activate your child’s brain to enable them to be social and emotionally receptive and reduce stress. Stress can affect your child’s capacity to learn and have profound effects on the long-term capacity to regulate, so do seek help if you feel that you are struggling with your child, help manage the stress now.

The Developing Child Institute at Harvard discusses this clearly in this video.

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For now, why don’t you play with your child? Here is my video on how to make if your time together

It’s hard to make the first step to seek help. You may be feeling anxious or think you may be judged for doing it wrong or worry that your problems may get worse.

Parents often wait and then attend my clinic in desperation. Prevent that now.
Book a consultation or why don’t you book a workshop to understand how to implement Positive Discipline and manage Tantrums in your home for long-term results.

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