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August 2018

Why is an ’emotionally safe’ practitioner essential?
Why is an ’emotionally safe’ practitioner essential? 150 150 Jane Evans

A ‘safety focused’ version of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Need On a dull August afternoon it seems like a good time to update a longstanding model of the hierarchy of human…

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Why can a dog’s trauma make our hearts melt?
Why can a dog’s trauma make our hearts melt? 150 150 Jane Evans

I love dogs But…I’ve always wondered why it is easier for many to feel compassion for a traumatised dog than for children and adults with early experiences of trauma. Is…

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Broken Bedrooms and Bruised Hearts
Broken Bedrooms and Bruised Hearts 150 150 Jane Evans

To be surrounded by broken pieces of your child’s new furniture surely feels bewildering. Or, like a heartrending rejection of the love, kindness, time and energy you have gladly offered…

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Self-harm HURTS!
Self-harm HURTS! 150 150 Jane Evans

Self Harm UK says it so well, “Let’s get one thing straight right here: self-harm doesn’t feel nice, it just sometimes feels better than the emotional pain it’s trying to…

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How to Help Your Child Be Bored!
How to Help Your Child Be Bored! 150 150 Jane Evans

It’s important for every child to be able to feel all of their emotional states. Boredom is one of those. When they struggle to tolerate feeling bored, it can become…

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Why online safety education with children should start early and never stop!
Why online safety education with children should start early and never stop! 150 150 Jane Evans

When should we start? Children are going to go on social media. That’s why we need to be educated in all the latest apps that spring up like weeds. Most…

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