Losing someone close is always a difficult experience at any age but experiencing grief as a child can be particularly complicated. So many difficult emotions can arise and it can feel very overwhelming and hard to navigate. What kind of reactions might we see in children who have experienced grief
We are delighted to have worked with Daniel Barnett, Barrister at Outer Temple Chambers and LBC Presenter, to collaboratively write his new small book on Spotting Malingering. It focuses on helping employers to identify malingering in their staff, and provides expert guidance on what to do about it.
“You made the book 1,000 x better.” – Daniel Barnett
New Small Book by Daniel Barnett, written in collaboration with Dr Kerry Davison, our Clinical Director
Category: Adoption and Fostering
When a child experiences difficulties in attending school, the impacts can be far-reaching for both the child and their family. Various terminology is used to describe school non-attendance (SNA), such as ‘Emotionally based school non-attendance’ and ‘emotionally-based school avoidance’ (EBSA). Often researchers and educators distinguish between truancy and EBSA; however,
It is crucial for young people to recognise the effects social media can have on their mental health. This resource identifies how social media can impact young people’s wellbeing and provides tips on how to make the most of social media in a mental health friendly way.
Understanding, recognising and coping with stress can be difficult for young people. Our Top Tips for Helping Children Understand and Manage Stress resource aims to provide practical strategies and guidance to help you support your child to better understand, minimise and manage stress.
Our What to Expect from Your Child’s Occupational Therapist (OT) resource provides a helpful overview of what your child’s OT will explore with you and your child in order to understand and support your child’s sensory needs, and the process of Occupational Therapy Services at Psychology Associates.