Schools in England open en-masse next week. This begs the question: How do you emotionally and mentally prepare your child for the return to the classroom? Psychotherapist Mark Newey of Headucate Me has produced a free, online programme for youngsters called Back to School. As the name suggests, the aim is to help school students
There’s been a collective sigh of relief that the UK’s various Government’s have revealed their plans for relaxing lockdown. Even so, we’re at least four months away from getting back to the ‘new normal’ and in the meantime we need to keep fit without the benefit of gyms, sports clubs, leisure centres and so on.
Dr Ranj Singh is a well-known face from the television. Over the years, he has combined his experience as a specialist in emergency paediatric medicine with his natural presenting abilities to become the resident doctor on ITV’s This Morning. He’s also presented ITV’s Dr Ranj on Call and Cbeebie’s Get Well Soon and had an
Fake news has become a huge problem over the past few years. It’s an issue us parents have to address when educating our children about online safety. To mark Internet Safety Day, I’m delighted to be publishing this Q&A with well known psychologist Dr Linda Papadopoulos.
A few years ago, I had a minor role with a charity project focused on men’s mental health. The project was seeking to help men in a variety of different situations. One of the groups it was looking to help was men serving prison sentences. This left me curious to know what it’s like being