Our thoughts: Mental Health (3)
Helping Children to Get Through Divorce
When parents decide to divorce, it can be a devastating time for the family. Parents are often dealing with deep distress themselves, whilst having to sort housing, custody and..
How do I get my child to talk to me?
Why doesn't my child talk to me? So many parents I speak to ask me; “how do I get through to my child?” They’ll say “They seem so reluctant to talk to me about how they’re..
Early Years Mental Health: Part 1 - Relationships Rule!
This two-part blog is a guide for any early years’ practitioner looking for guidance on how to support young children’s emotional development and mental health. This week, we’ll..
School Phobia: A Parents' Guide
We can all relate to the feeling of not wanting to go to school. However, for children with school phobia, their anxiety about school goes far beyond the usual reluctance we’re..
The BETTS are off - we won! 🏆
Mable Therapy are delighted to announce that we’ve won the 2022 BETT Award for SEND resources, products and services. 🎉 Mable Therapy was doing online therapy before it was cool...
Helping Children to Cope with Uncertainty
It’s a difficult time to be young. None of us could have anticipated a global pandemic quickly followed by the conflict in Eastern Europe, yet we’re expected to support our..
How to Deal with your Child's Tantrums
Tantrums are an ordinary part of a child’s development, but they can leave the most patient parent feeling exhausted. In this article, we run through some tips to keep in mind, to..
Helping Your Child to be Body Positive
For many children and young people, how they see themselves, and other people’s perception of them is incredibly important. Their view of self and body image, in particular, can..
Perfectionism: A Parents' Guide
Does your child struggle to cope with failure, or get really upset when things don’t go their way? Do they cope at school but have outbursts at home which are difficult to get to..
Self-Harm: A Parents' Guide
DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT REPRESENT FORMAL MEDICAL ADVICE. IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S SELF-HARM, CONTACT YOUR GP, NHS 111 OR, IN AN EMERGENCY, ATTEND YOUR LOCAL..