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COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY

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How do you know you aren’t making things worse?
We have a tendency to want to help one another. This can be especially true for friends, relatives, and loved

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3 More benefits of Counselling
It is only in recent years that more people have given serious consideration to dealing with mental and emotional health.

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Is there a healthy way to handle stress?
We know that there are two types of stress – ‘eustress’ or good stress, one that is beneficial and motivating,

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Is avoiding conflict always the best decision?
Some of the most common types of conflicts we will face in our lives are interpersonal conflicts. Interpersonal conflicts can

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How to tell when someone is in need
It may seem simple enough that we should know when someone needs help or attention, but is it really all

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How to manage children who act out
Being a parent today can be challenging, especially when managing Millennials. As time passes, more complex issues will arise when

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How do we let go of our negative thoughts and feelings?
They say letting go is hard. There is some degree of truth to it. We cling onto people who affect

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How good is your conflict resolution skill?
Every person will have to learn how to deal with interpersonal conflicts. These conflicts can happen between friends, colleagues, family

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When does a conflict turn unhealthy?
Interpersonal conflicts are common, and happen between people for various reasons. It can be an argument or disagreement over how

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SPECIAL EDUCATION

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How easy is it to identify ADHD?
Attention-Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed neurodevelopmental disorder. ADHD is often diagnosed in early

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What are telltale signs of Dyslexia in children?
The common understanding of dyslexia is that it causes children to read backwards. Sometimes people might even think it means

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How to support your child during a meltdown
As a caregiver to a child, we have all experienced temper tantrums one way or another- whining, crying, screaming and

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What causes a child to meltdown?
As a caregiver to a child, we have all experienced temper tantrums one way or another- whining, crying, screaming and

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How autism affects a child’s social skills
A child that appears to be ‘in their own world’ is a child that may be struggling to maintain conversations,

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Should I be concerned if my child has sloppy writing?
Each of us have different handwriting styles. Some are neat while others are sloppy and misaligned, yet still remain legible.

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How do I help children with communication and speech disorders?
For many people, communicating with others is an easy and effortless task. For children with communication and speech disorder, they

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What do you do if your child’s speech development seems slow?
If you are unsure about how your child’s speech and language is developing because they may appear to be unresponsive

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How do you help children with speech disorders?
Speech disorders affect anywhere from 8-9% of the population and can include issues with stuttering, slurred speech, and can also

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PLAY THERAPY

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What types of issues are dealt with in Play Therapy?
Play therapy is a form of psychotherapy and counselling that allows children experiencing loss, trauma, emotional, or behavioural issues to

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Will my child benefit from Play Therapy?
Play Therapy is an intervention strategy to help children safely communicate and express their feelings and thoughts naturally in order

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How does Play Therapy help with childhood trauma?
If you have ever tried to help loved ones experiencing prolonged, acute stress or someone trying to deal with a

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Will Play Therapy help my child?
Play Therapy is a form of psychotherapy and counselling that uses play in a non-directed method to allow the Child

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How effective is Play Therapy?
Play Therapy is an intervention strategy to help children safely communicate and express their feelings and thoughts naturally in order

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Let your child experience the power of Play Therapy!
Come and experience Play Therapy with CAE! If you feel your child is having some trouble coping with loss, trauma

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Does it mean anything for a child to play with sand?
We don’t often attribute meaning to how children play or even what they decide to play with. They seem to

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Play Therapy is more than fun and games
Some people may think that Play Therapy is just children playing with toys and having fun, but it’s important to

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What is Nondirective Play in therapy?
Especially at a young age, children are not always able to properly vocalise the complexity of their feelings or the

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