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22Jul2018

Anxiety In Children & Adolescents

By: Danielle McCarthy

One in ten children/adolescents experience anxiety at a level which causes them to have problems doing things (e.g., going to school, trying new things, hanging out with friends, or performing their best). Knowing when to get help for your child can be tough. Worry is both normal and helpful, which is one of the reasons

04Jun2018

How To Create Excitement In Your Everyday Routine

By: Danielle McCarthy

It’s so easy to get caught in the day-to-day grind, where it’s like the repeat button has been hit. This can leave you feeling bored, frustrated, or even a tad depressed. I believe that a little bit of excitement can be added to each day to assist you with feeling re-energised, motivated, and excited. Last

23Apr2018

3 Tips to Practice Gratitude

By: Danielle McCarthy

I’m a big advocate of practicing gratitude. This is because I have experienced myself how powerful it can be when I’m having moments of negativity or stress. But if my first hand experience isn’t enough, that’s ok – go to the research. This will show you that practicing gratitude can assist in boosting: ✅ Happiness ✅ Optimism

16Apr2018

Helping Your Child Adjust To Change

By: Danielle McCarthy

Change is inevitable. We all experience it at different times throughout our life. As adults, change can sometimes bring a mixture of feelings including excitement and/or anxiety. The same is true for children. Kids will respond differently to change depending on what the change is, their temperament, how us as parents respond to the change,