Parents and kids alike identify coping with ups and downs as a major issue.
Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviours, or BFRBs affect approximately two million Canadian adults and children.
Life can change in the blink of an eye. In the home of family with Autism, this is life, every…
Talk is cheap and that’s why it’s an ideal way to foster your child’s development. From reading together, to narrating your stroll through the neighbourhood, you're building your baby’s brain.
Sometimes counselling – for children and parents – can go a long way.
If you're concerned your teen could be struggling with emotions, look for these changes in behaviour.
It is a great idea to encourage children to be active as research shows that activity can greatly benefit kids’ physical and mental health.
Her new book outlines why teens sometimes make bad decisions.
Physical aggression, such as biting, kicking, hair pulling and pushing others, occurs in most preschoolers, and usually decreases with age.
Showering kids with certain compliments may actually lower their self-esteem.