Healing the Wounds: How to Deal with Nervous System Deregulation

Children are meant to be happy and energetic; exploring their surroundings, asking lots of questions, playing (and occasionally fighting) with other children… It’s all part of learning to interact and develop social relationships with other people and regulate themselves. But why is it that some children find it harder than others to engage socially? Why …

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Using ‘The Hand Model of the Brain’ to Explain our Reaction to Stress

Dr. Daniel Siegel’s hand model of the brain allows us to picture our brain structure and understand why it’s difficult to control our reactions when we’re overwhelmed with strong emotions, especially stress. Due to developmental factors, children are more susceptible to stress. The hand model of the brain helps them imagine what’s happening inside their …

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Connected Classrooms for Secondary Schools

Connected Classrooms and Regulation Toolbox for Secondary Schools 1 Hour 45 Minute Workshop Recording Access to Support Group Join The Program Short Description In the post-pandemic classroom, most schools have noticed a significant increase in dysregulated behaviour in students. Often this requires behaviour management techniques which interrupt essential learning time in the classroom. The key …

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Why Sensory and Messy Play are Essential for Building Healthy Brains

Children love to play. Play is the medium through which they discover the world and explore their physical and mental capabilities. Your child has a lot to gain whilst making a mess with finger painting or jumping around in the playground. In today’s post, we’re focusing on sensory and messy play. We will not only …

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The Brain and Behaviour Toolkit for Primary and Secondary Schools

The Brain and Behaviour Toolkit for Primary and Secondary Schools 2-Hour Workshop Recording Access to Support Group Join The Program Short Description In this workshop for educators and schools, we will help you demystify behaviour as we explore essential neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology for the classroom. Understand why behaviour is a symptom of a dysregulated …

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Superskills Toolbox for Secondary School Students

Back to All Programs for Educators and Schools The Brain and Behaviour Super Skills Toolbox for Secondary School Students 15-module structured class program Includes student manual, class activities and educational videos Join the Program Designed by dynamic duo Tony Vallance, Australian Education Awards, Teacher of the Year (2019) and Sian Chambers-Vallance, Creative Counsellor, Consultant and …

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Superskills Toolbox for Primary School Students

Back to All Programs for Educators and Schools The Brain and Behaviour Super Skills Toolbox  for Primary School Students 15-module structured class program Includes student manual, class activities and educational videos Join the Program Designed by dynamic duo Tony Vallance, Australian Education Awards, Teacher of the Year (2019) and Sian Chambers-Vallance, Creative Counsellor, Consultant and Clinical …

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How to stay connected to students during Covid

How Teachers and Students Can Stay Connected During Coronavirus Closures

The world is in turmoil. Many countries have implemented lockdown measures to mitigate the spread of the new coronavirus and protect the most vulnerable members of their communities. These measures include shutting down most schools in Australia.  So, just like millions of people worldwide, students are experiencing radical and unprecedented changes in their lives. They …

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Prioritising Self-Care as a Parent

Prioritising Self-Care as a Parent (Especially Now!)

Having children is probably the most rewarding, yet demanding experience one can go through. Being a parent is certainly a rollercoaster of mixed emotions! From the positive feelings when your child speaks their first words, falls asleep in your arms, makes their first steps, starts school, smothers you with hugs and “I love yous”, to …

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