“Why do I need to repeat myself all the time? Why aren’t my children better listeners?” Often times when a parent complains their child is not listening what they really mean is, ‘my child is not obeying me’. Join Michele and I as we explore some key aspects about listening that will encourage open dialogue [...]
Grab a coffee and join Michele and I as we discuss the importance of resiliency and introduce the key concepts to fostering this skill in your child. Click here for resiliency link
Curious about the two members to the Lower School Counselling Team? Well sit back as I introduce Michele Moskowitz and Jaime Wilde, our new lower school counselor Prep-2 and our new school psychologist.
Anxiety and stress are a normal part of every child’s life. As parents and educators we can help students learn to cope and manage the stresses they face, so they develop functional habits and can deal with life’s challenges effectively. This podcast is a summary of topics covered at a parent workshop in December 2011 [...]
PSPE is a part of the curriculum at CDNIS. Join Rob and I as we explain Guidance’s role in supporting this component. In the second half of the podcast we also welcome three parents, Laura, Esther and Caroline as they share ideas for incorporating the PS into their child’s home life. Enjoy
Take a moment to learn bit more about the LS Guidance Counsellors’day. In this informative podcast Lolita and Rob answer some of the common questions concerning the CDNIS Guidance Programme.How we support kids
All over the world children play. Designated by the United Nations as a ‘right’ of every child we thought it would be timely before summer vacation, to remind parents about just how important play really is. Enjoy
Ever wonder why your kids behave the way they do? Check out this podcast on the underlying reasons that can motivate our children’s behaviour.
Take a few minutes and listen to our podcast on the FLAC method. This is a practical approach to avoiding power struggles with your child.