Blog Post by Pam Tudin, Clinical Psychologist (Copywrite 2019) For teens, there’s no such thing as the digital world, it’s their world. There’s also no such thing as privacy. For parents, there’s no such thing as staying on top of it, the online space is constantly changing. When it comes to sexting or sending inappropriate…

In a world dependent on technology and a culture engrossed with social media, parents are having to face new obstacles in terms of what they share online and how they involve their children.  We have all been on platforms where we’re bombarded with innocent images of the children of our friends and acquaintances, this may…

Proprioception is the body’s ability to sense where we are in relationship to our surroundings. It is in fact one of our senses. It is said that we actually have 7 senses, not just five! SPD Australia (http://www.spdaustralia.com.au/the-proprioceptive-system/) explains: proprioception, “also often referred to as the sixth sense, was developed by the nervous system as a means to…

An interdisciplinary approach involves team members from different disciplines working collaboratively, with a common purpose, to set goals, make decisions and share resources and responsibilities. A team of clinicians from different disciplines, together with the client and their family, undertakes assessment, diagnosis, intervention, and goal-setting.  The best possible outcomes for children are achieved through a consultative, collaborative…