Speaking the feeling

Children don’t always have the language to put their feelings into words. Noticing and naming emotions can be a great way to help calm a difficult situation.

Children don’t always have the language to put their feelings into words. Noticing and naming emotions can be a great way to help calm a difficult situation.

Dom (Parent)

Praise

Giving effective praise helps motivate your child and teaches them to think and talk positively about themselves.

Giving effective praise helps motivate your child and teaches them to think and talk positively about themselves.

Matt (Parent)

Acknowledging feelings

Dads, acknowledging your child’s feelings can help them to feel heard and understood.

Dads, acknowledging your child’s feelings can help them to feel heard and understood.

Annie (Practitioner)

Managing parental stress

Dads, try to reflect on how you’re feeling and take some time for a stress busting activity.

Dads, try to reflect on how you’re feeling and take some time for a stress busting activity.

Annie (Practitioner)

Making ‘dad-time’ a daily habit

Dads, your physical and emotional presence is important to your kids.

Dads, your physical and emotional presence is important to your kids.

Matt (parent)

Dad Hack: What’s the feeling?

Dads, dedicate some time to noticing and acknowledging your child’s emotions.

Dads, dedicate some time to noticing and acknowledging your child’s emotions.

Ruby (practitioner)