Tag Archives: Well-being

Trauma & Addiction…

Recently I completed my studies in Counselling with no intention of working as a counsellor. Weird I know… Someone once asked me if I was addicted to studying. I’m not, or maybe I am. I actually enjoy learning, meeting new people and having shared thoughts. But I also like the brain stimulation, the stress of deadlines, …

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Reflection on Practice…

For the past 12 months, I have been facilitating Reflection on Practice (RoP) Sessions. I have been working collaboratively with other Early Childhood Professionals to put together sessions on Positive Behaviour Guidance and Using Communication and Visuals to Support the Care Environment. Based on the feedback that was received after the sessions, many Educators reflected they wanted more …

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Circle of Security…

“I’m here for you”.  This is such a simple, yet powerful statement. He’s just naughty: When an Educator explains to me that Child A is out of control, is testing the boundaries, is just plain naughty. I listen. I continue to listen when they say “he’s so manipulative, I just know he’s testing me”. Young …

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