Parent Resources

I’m Worried My Daughter Has A Developmental Disorder

Variation in our children’s traits, strengths and weaknesses is normal. If you are concerned that your daughter is struggling in a particular area or with a particular skill, despite behavioural intervention (such as tutoring), and your child’s teachers agree that she is struggling, speak with your GP, or one of our psychology team about a psycho-educational assessment.

Helping My Daughter With Eating And Body Image

Over a million Australians are currently living with an eating disorder. Eating disorders are not a lifestyle choice or a cry for attention. Eating disorders can be hard to detect because they cannot be identified by someone’s size or shape (that is, the person is not always extremely slim).

Guiding My Daughter Through Peer Conflict

For most of us, when we hear our daughter is upset following conflict with a friend, our instinct is often to jump to attention and go into “fix it” mode, call the other child’s parent or call the Dean and ask for an intervention.

Helping My Daughter With Low Mood

It is very common (and normal) for teenagers to experience periods of low mood, low self-esteem, moodiness, and irritability. Teens might cry, sleep a lot, have fluctuation in appetite, and hide in their room.

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