#RESOURCES 54: 10 MORE ACTIVITIES WITH CHILDREN FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS WORKING ONLINE

As I was writing my previous post on the topic (https://3ppsychologies.com/2020/03/21/resources-51-online-tools-and-10-activities-for-psychologists-working-with-children-online/), I came up with other suggestions so I thought I would these together here. Watching a video together – You can do that by sharing your screen with the child and present the…

#RESOURCES 53: EVEN MORE ACTIVITIES TO DO AT HOME

As I was writing these two posts (https://3ppsychologies.com/2020/03/23/resources-52-covid-19-10-more-activities-for-home-you-are-not-alone/ https://3ppsychologies.com/2020/03/13/resources-48-covid-19-survival-tips-for-parents-10-activities-for-home/), I found I had more ideas and suggestions coming so here is another text and resources about another 10 activities to do at home during a self-isolation period. Visit museums online: This link was shared…

#RESOURCES 52: #COVID-19 10 MORE ACTIVITIES FOR HOME – YOU ARE NOT ALONE

The current situation looks like it could last for many days and parents may start to run out of ideas as to what you can do at home with the children. It is undoubtedly a challenging and stressful time for everyone. In Australia, children…

#RESOURCES 51: ONLINE TOOLS and 10 ACTIVITIES for PSYCHOLOGISTS WORKING WITH CHILDREN ONLINE

There were a few posts this week on some forums about how to engage children in an online therapeutic delivery. Following lots of interests in this space as many are preparing to work online, in this text, I provide links to different resources and…

#Resources 50: #COVID-19 INFORMATION AND ADDITIONAL LINKS

It is incredible how many have come together in the space of a week or two to provide great resources for parents, teachers, schools and professionals. It is heartwarming how lots of information, links, resources have been shared in different online platforms to support…

#Resources 49: COVID-19 Psychologists preparing to work online

As we are all coming to terms to the high possibility of working from home or supporting clients needing to self-isolate, many questions have come up on professional groups and in the workplace. Additionally, the announcement in Australia of funding for Telehealth for those…

#Resources 48: Covid-19 survival tips for parents – 10 activities for home

I am reading lots of different posts and news from around the globe, and although the situation with school closures has not hit Australia yet, parents may be listening to all these news and wonder what they will do in the event. Friends and…

#Resource Diary Entry 47: #Bushfires support

It is absolutely heartbreaking what has been happening in Australia over the Christmas and New Year Period. We are with all who are needing support and recover from the devastating events. The Australian Psychological Society School Interest Group has published a list of helpful…

#Resource 46: hope, resilience, Playground, ability, socialisation

A lovely video about resilience, determination, hope, acceptance, ability and socialisation in playground situations…This video addresses clearly the significant challenges a child with needs face in terms of inclusion and acceptance. The emotions are vividly presented and expressed. This video could be shown as…

“MAMAN, MAMAN, ARE WE GOING ON THIS PLANE” (E., 3): TOP TIPS WHEN TRAVELLING ON LONG HAUL FLIGHTS WITH CHILDREN

As the season of holidays and travelling is coming up for the summer in the Northern Hemisphere, I thought I would share this text I wrote a few years ago (at pascaleparadis.org) about top tips when travelling with children. Sitting on our flight Melbourne…

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