Life is full of adventures

Time to time we all need a little bit of help!
This also goes for children and young people who may find some life adventures a little more tricky than others. Support can make a difference in helping children and young people to gain lifeskills and empower them to reach their potential,  participate and engage positively in their daily activities such as learning and socialising. In these situations, families and schools also need support in understanding children’s and young people’s needs, difficulties and strengths and implement the most appropriate interventions and strategies.
<3PPsychologies aims to help children and young people develop skills for all sort of life adventures. It also aims to support families and schools in understanding children’s and young people’s needs and empower key adults to implement interventions and strategies.

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The last few weeks have been very different globally. Lots of cancellations of plans such as presenting at two conferences abroad. A disappointing turn of events, but also understandable and much safer not to travel. Working contexts are changing rapidly with closure of different services, retail and schools. I wrote a number of resource posts to support families needing to be at home for a period of time and professionals aiming to transfer their services online. These posts gained a huge amount of interests.

Considering the interest generating about these posts and as our working context is evolving rapidly, I am postponing the start of Series 2 of the Child/School Psychology Webinars to make way for a Special Edition of Webinars for professionals Working Online

This website is designed to contain lots of child friendly resources such as books and ideas for professional practice and parents wishing to learn more about activities to help their child.


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