Practical strategies for students and parents
Tatachilla is pleased to partner with Adelaide-based clinical child and adolescent Psychologist, Kirrilie Smout. Kirrilie visits Tatachilla regularly to present to our students and parents on practical strategies to support teenagers to feel calm, confident and co-operate with those around them.
In her practice, Developing Minds, there are 15 child and adolescent psychologists working to support parents in supporting their kids and teens. The practice sends out a fortnightly article to parents, carers and professionals, on a variety of topics, and we will be providing a link to those articles on our website as they are sent to us. We commend to you this resource.
Kids and teens need better friendships? Start by teaching them the four keys of friendly conversation >
Ideas to help kids and teens feel calm, confident and co-operative >
4 ideas for parents/carers of kids who worry - a lot! >
Questions to ask kids and teens in November >
Rudeness in teens (or preteens) experiencing emotional health challenges >
Managing device/tech use in children with emotional and behavioural challenges >
I can’t stop it! Tics and twitches in children and teens >
Knowing about young people's mistakes, challenges and problems - does it matter? How to find out? >
Calm down and take a deep breath! Getting upset children/teens to relax their body: does it really help? >