Chores are an important part of the structure that acts as the security children crave. Add these chores to the daily routine:[Read more…] about Chore list for Lockdown
When we’re confined to our homes (both big and small) it becomes increasingly important as time goes by, to keep active and healthy.
This is a list of suggestions for activities to keep you and your family busy throughout lockdown, providing entertainment and keeping you all active.[Read more…] about Activity list for Lockdown
I know, I know…. this CoronaVirus (COVID-19) has made us all Corona crazy.
Schools have been told to shut down and a lot of companies are making their staff work from home.
But after a week at home with the kids, they will most likely be bored, frustrated, start fighting with each other and with you… and you may long for the sanctity of your workplace – but that’s not gonna happen. So let’s get through this together.[Read more…] about Life as a family in isolation
In uncertain times, we all need a degree of certainty and structure.
Our phones provide a way to communicate with family and friends but also allow us to maintain some sanity, structure and entertainment.[Read more…] about App list for Lockdown
“It’s nothing serious“
I thought I should talk about this particular topic just to branch off from the overwhelming information you got about play therapy. I have been approached by a few parents (usually the mother, nothing against the male counterpart) who seem very keen to get their child or themselves to do a few sessions or just speak about their specific problems or get some tips. Unfortunately, they never get back to me. So I have been thinking that maybe this word “problem” scares people away. So along with this newsletter, a mother wrote a letter to share her “problem” and perspective of Play Therapy.[Read more…] about Problem? What problem?