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Time to rhyme: help to get your pre-schooler ready for reading and writing

Did you know that human brains are not hard-wired for learning to read? It is not a natural process, like learning to understand language and like learning to talk. Learning to read and write needs to be directly and explicitly taught and takes many years of schooling to fully master. The good news is that

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Spotlight Series #2 – Insight Into Children’s Behavior

I frequently hear statements like “my parents have implemented [A, B, C] and I am perfectly alright” or “I just don’t want to be like my mother / father” in my therapy- or classroom. Although these statements appear to be at odds with one another, they both pertain to a traditional, sometimes harsh parenting style. Being a

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Spotlight Series #1 – Insight Into Children’s Behavior

“NO!” “Do not do that!”  “Stop!” As a parent, you may find yourself using these and related utterances more often than you’d like. When you take your child to a friend’s house, the parents compliment you on how polite and well-behaved he/she is. You silently wonder if they’re referring to your child, because he or she

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What is the difference between online and in-person therapy?

Many parents are still unsure of online therapy and its effectiveness in helping children. While online therapy is relatively new in South Africa it has been practised with great success internationally for over 15 years.    Research has proven that the results you will get from online therapy and in-person therapy are the same for certain

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