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13.11.19

Counselling Chronicle (18)

Issue 18…
Setting Boundaries on Technology Use with Teenagers

Parent concerns regarding an adolescent’s use of technology are an ever-increasing issue. While the potential dangers of technology are frequently espoused by the media, it is overly simplistic to demonise technology

15.10.19

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Issue 17…
Parenting in the Early Teens

Inspiration for this issue comes from Dr J. Coulson – “Snarl for the Camera” (article in Daily Telegraph early 2019)

Are you a parent of a 12-14 year old? Do you spend some

20.08.19

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Issue 16…
Building Resilience: The Case for Failure

Those in education have been implementing strategies to foster resilience and personal/educational growth for a number of years. You may be aware of Chevalier College’s commitment to fostering a growth mindset in

5.07.19

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Issue 15…

Motivation and SDT

As a discipline, psychology is increasingly moving towards a greater focus on the strengths and virtues that allow a person to thrive. Combating a previous focus of psychology on deficits, weaknesses and illness, Positive Psychology

7.06.19

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Issue 14…

Gratitude

As a discipline, psychology is increasingly moving towards a greater focus on the strengths and virtues that allow a person to thrive. Combating a previous focus of psychology on deficits, weaknesses and illness, Positive Psychology asks what

1.05.19

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Issue 13…
Focusing on Strengths

As a discipline, psychology is increasingly moving towards a greater focus on the strengths and virtues that allow a person to thrive. Combating a previous focus of psychology on deficits, weaknesses and illness, Positive Psychology

7.03.19

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Issue 12…

Sleep

We all know the importance of sleep, not enough and we feel fatigued, our thinking processes are slowed, we are more emotional, our memory is poorer, and we make mistakes and misjudgements. The topic of sleep is

13.11.18

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Issue 11…

From ‘can’t do’ to ‘can do’

by Andrew Fuller

Research has proven Henry Ford correct when he said, “whether you think you can or that you can’t, you are usually right”.

Helping young people develop a positive growth

3.10.18

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Issue Ten…

Encouraging Helpful Thinking

Our brains are constant instant messaging machines. They communicate a variety of information from our environment and seek a variety of input from us. It can feel as if we have an internal ‘narrator’ that

6.08.18

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Issue Nine…

The Adolescent Brain – Closed for Construction

Childhood is the period in which human beings undergo the most rapid change. While adolescents undergo many changes, perhaps one of the most significant (and, at times, infuriating) is their development

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