Hi! I'm the New Head of Content at Quirky Kid


Zoe Barnes


2 Apr


Sabrina Rogers-Anderson
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I recently joined the Quirky Kid team and I couldn’t be more thrilled to join forces with such highly accomplished and passionate professionals who dedicate their lives to improving children’s wellbeing.

As a mother to three young girls (including twins) and a long-time parenting writer, I have my finger on the pulse of the issues parents care about. I know how hard it can be to find credible, evidence-based child psychology resources you can trust.

I also know that it’s even more challenging to find tools that are designed from the child’s perspective to empower them to grow and flourish. Quirky Kid epitomises both these philosophies and I’m proud to help them continue to develop their impressive array of award-winning resources.

With two decades of experience as an editor and writer for international magazines and websites, I know the secret to curating and producing content that resonates with audiences: listening to you. I'll be continuously updating our website with more of what you’ve been asking for: credible and practical advice, dynamic video content, tried-and-tested child psychology tools and so much more!

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Quirky Kid continues to grow, develop and evolve. As a result, we have new positions for child psychologists and a mental health clinician (Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Nursing or Psychologist) who shares Quirky Kid’s passion for working with children – Together, amazing things happen.

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I’m working closely with Researcher and Writer Rinjani Soengkoeng - who also recently joined the content team - and our expert child psychologists headed by the renowned Dr Kimberley O’Brien to bring you the latest and greatest child psychology content.

I hope you’ll enjoy everything our new website and team have to offer. We’d love to hear your feedback via our contact page!

-Sabrina Rogers-Anderson