Conflict between siblings is a common and natural facet of family life. Find out how to use sibling rivalry as a tool to teach your children valuable new skills
Does your child resist new or challenging situations? Our six expert tips will help you boost their confidence and resilience.
When a child has a disability, mental health issue or chronic illness, their family’s focus is likely to be centred on them. For more details visit our post.
Managing children anxiety about COVID-19 is important. Children of different ages need different approaches. We help you prepare with our Top Tips.
As tests and exams season approaches it's important to help your child prepare. There are several strategies parents can employ to help children excel
School camps, and sleepovers are good steps for your child's independence. Here are some tips on how to have a sleep-out without a freak-out.
Performance psychology techniques can help children improve their sport performance and manage the pressure of competition.
Are you constantly asking your child to tidy their room, to put away their washing, or to help clean the car? You’re not alone! Check out this great tips.
Dr. Kimberley O Brien answers the questions coming from our listeners about how parents can help manage and minimize their kid's screen withdrawals.
Reading is the gateway to success! Here are our top tips and step-by-step guide on keeping your kids reading every day for fun and
Positive self-talk enables young athletes to accept challenging situations without putting themselves down and this has a positive affect on performance.
Social and emotional development are just as important as intellectual and academic. Understanding the peer relationships of academically gifted students.
Have you ever wondered why your child over reacts to loud noises, being touched, certain tastes and smells, or bright lights? Join us to explore more.
Encopresis is a common complaint amongst parents who visit the Quirky Kid Clinic as it often occurs in the context of other behavioural issues such as ODD.
Join Dr Kathryn Berry in this informative and practical fact sheet to understand perfectionism in children and apply strategies to manage it effectively.
ODD or Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a disorder presenting in children who have difficulties controlling both their emotions and behaviour.
Challenges with sleep Patterns in children, whether it be difficulties with settling, night-time wakefulness, or fears and worries about sleeping independently.
Join us to explore useful information about how to improve organisation skills in kids and young people in this practical article.