We hope you had a chance to watch our first video Understanding Exposure Therapy, showing you how it can be used to help children overcome fears and challenges. This second video is a Q&A session with Dr Julie Sposari, PhD/Clinical Psychologist where we ask her a number of questions based on our experience using exposure goals and the obstacles we encountered. We hope you find it useful and pick up some great tips and strategies that will help you to help your child overcome their fears and anxieties.
In this video, we interview Dr Julie Sposari, PhD/Clinical Psychologist and learn how exposure therapy can be used to help your children overcome their fears and anxiety.
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“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering ‘it will be happier’…” Alfred Tennyson.
Why do adults make New Year’s resolutions?
For most of us the New Year represents an opportunity to start again with a clean slate, to strive for a better version of ourselves, perhaps spurred on by the spirit of the season of ‘good will to all men’.
The festive season offers us respite and a change of scenery from the rigours and stresses of modern life and causes us to reflect on how we might attain a little of that respite throughout the year to come. The holidays provide time not only to think and reflect but to translate this into action and the act in itself can provide the sense of achievement and satisfaction that comes with setting yourself a new direction. As they say ‘a change is as good as a holiday’.
Making New Year’s resolutions is typically an adult activity, but have you ever considered doing the same with your children? Maybe that should be your New Year’s resolution!