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Child lose control issues
Why does my Child Lose Control? What can I do Now?

Why does my Child lose control? Picture this! You go window shopping with your 3-year-old son when he grabs a toy you weren’t prepared to purchase and insists you buy it for him. ‘Mommy … Mommy. I want this! And starts to throw a tantrum. You do everything in your power to calm him down […]

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Finding A Child Psychologist in Toronto vs seeking a Social Emotional Training Program

Finding A Psychologist in Toronto vs seeking a Social Emotional Training Program A parent’s first inclination when they suspect something might be wrong with their child psychologically emotionally or behaviorally is to seek the help of a psychologist.  Rightfully so, child psychologists are endowed with the responsibility of providing psychological interventions to children. However, there […]

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social skills for children who have no friends
What to do when your child has no friends at school!

 What to do when your child has no friends at school!   It breaks every mom or dad’s heart to see their child at school walking around aimlessly without a friend to play with, silently hoping another child would say “Do you want to play”.  While you can’t jump on the playground and force other […]

Child Psychology Effects of Sleep on School Performance
Child Psychology: Effects of Sleep on School Performance

Child Psychology: Effects of Sleep on School Performance One of the biggest concerns of parents and families in terms of children’s development is their ability to learn and do well in school. There are a lot of factors that contribute to academic excellence: the instruction, curriculum, and the school itself. Home environment and family routines […]

Child Anger Management Begins with Proper Diagnosis
Child Anger Management Begins with Proper Diagnosis

Child Anger Management Begins with Proper Diagnosis In most cases, children feel anger when they are frustrated in not getting things to go their way. Child anger management is important in helping families cope with these issues, especially if they have escalated to a point where the behavior of the child is becoming disruptive and […]