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Please see the following link for the See, Hear, Response Support Hub. Here you will find information, resources and tools - from practical advice on how to talk to your children about the pandemic, to tips on managing anxiety.
An interesting read should your children be anxious:
The following two reports are from the child mind institute about gaming and social media. You may find these fact sheets, tips and information an interesting read:
From Psychology Today:
Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy, and Lazy
We thought that you may find this article an interesting read.
This article looks at what to do (and not do) when children are anxious
This article looks at what selfies are doing to girls' self-esteem
An overview of Nondirective Play Therapy -
This article discusses the relationship between allowing children to encounter dirt and good health - http://thinkaboutnow.com/2017/04/another-study-links-getting-dirty-to-good-health/
This article looks at the importance of play in children’s development and how the use of imagination relates to life long skills - http://thinkaboutnow.com/2017/05/why-kids-benefit-from-fewer-toys/
This article looks at the consequences of parents depending on technology and the effect it can have on children’s behaviour - http://thinkaboutnow.com/2017/10/new-study-parent-technology-use-linked-to-child-behavior-problems/
This article looks at how we talk to children and the impact of kindness when talking to them - http://thinkaboutnow.com/2017/09/the-importance-of-kindness-when-interacting-with-children/
This article discusses the detrimental effect of social media on your children’s mental health and well being.-https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/blog/social-media-and-young-peoples-mental-health
This article looks at How to Handle Child Tantrums and Meltdowns