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Seeking solutions to self-injury

A Guide for Parents and Families
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If Your Child Is Self-Injuring …

Guidelines developed by the International Consortium on Self-injury in Educational Settings (ICSES)
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Self Care for Parents During COVID-19

As parents, we often put our needs aside as we focus on caring for, raising and supporting our children. For many, parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic has presented a completely new set of challenges.
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The SEARCH Framework for Wellbeing 

The SEARCH framework’s 6 pathways to wellbeing: Strengths, Emotional Management, Attention & Awareness, Relationships, Coping and Habits & Goals.
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Grief

Grief is our natural response to loss. Children and young people experience grief when they lose someone or something they feel close to.
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Body Image

Body image considers ideas on size and shape, skin colour, physical features, clothing and adornments, and is shaped by factors and influences.
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3 Practices to Come Back to Your Heart

Heather Hurlock, Executive Editor at Mindful, explores ways we can tune into our innate capacity for love and compassion.
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School Refusal

Children and young people are sometimes reluctant to attend school and can become significantly worried or upset to the point of refusing to do so.
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Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a proven technique used to reduce stress, improve mental health and help cope with tough times.
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Stress Management

Stress is a normal reaction to life’s changes and challenges. It can motivate us to get things done and to feel better about trying a new thing
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8 Working Memory Boosters

Does your child have a hard time keeping one bit of information in mind while doing something else? For example, you’re making spaghetti together, and your child’s in charge of the sauce. But your child leaves to answer a text and forgets to come back and stir. Working memory challenges can cause trouble with tasks like these.
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Nutrition and mental health

Nutrition affects mental health and wellbeing. When good quality food is eaten, children and young people’s behaviour
and academic performance improves.
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After-school restraint collapse is a real thing – here’s how to deal with it

There’s a reason your kid is an angel at school or daycare but a hot mess at home.
It’s called after-school restraint collapse. Here’s how to deal with it.
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The Sensory Spectrum

For Sensory Processing Disorder Kiddos and Their Parents
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The Ideal Day

It’s such a perfect day Lou Reed once sang.But how do you plan to have a perfect day? Most people never think about how to set themselves up to have a great day even though that is what a great life consists of – great days. Here are a few ideas.
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Ten Hint for Creating Resilient Families…

Resilience is the happy knack of being able to bungy jump through life. When the inevitable pitfalls and setbacks of life occur, it is as if you have an elasticised rope around your middle that helps you to bounce back from hard times.
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Kid’s with two homes…

Some helpful hints By Michael Grose
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Depression Proofing your Kids

About 20% of people experience depression at some time in their lives. That means that almost every family has someone with some times of depression.
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St Anthony's School

Greenmount

St Anthony's School
96 Innamincka Road,
Greenmount WA 6056
PO Box 4057 Swan View WA 6056
Phone: (08) 9294 5500
Fax: (08) 9255 1774
email: admin@stanthonysgreen.wa.edu.au

St Anthony’s school is a community growing together in faith, where the quality of education develops the potential and dignity of the individual within a framework of Catholic attitudes and values.