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2 hours ago

ACPC Psychology

A fantastic resource for new parents.

Thanks Antenatal & Postnatal Psychology Network for the share πŸ™Hope this resource is helpful for new parents in Victoria. Our posters can be downloaded here: www.antenatalandpostnatalpsychology.com.au/covid-19.html
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A fantastic resource for new parents. 

Thanks Antenatal & Postnatal Psychology Network for the share πŸ™

2 hours ago

ACPC Psychology

This is an awesome resource to have in classrooms and at home!

Thanks for the share WholeHearted School CounselingUpdating the Digital Animated Breathing Exercises resource! Adding this poster + animated video lesson on how mindful breathing is your superpower (if you'd like to see video preview of resource let me know)!
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If you already own it you'll be able to go to Teachers Pay Teachers and redownload it to get the updates! And if you don't own it, and are interested, leave a comment and I'll send you a link when it's been updated.
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This is an awesome resource to have in classrooms and at home! 

Thanks for the share WholeHearted School Counseling

2 hours ago

ACPC Psychology

Mothers, can you relate? πŸ˜‚πŸ‘Œ

Source: Motherly via Creative Child MagazineWhat's the most unbelievable excuse your little ones have come up with to delay going to bed? πŸ‘‡
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Mothers, can you relate? πŸ˜‚πŸ‘Œ

Source: Motherly via Creative Child Magazine

17 hours ago

ACPC Psychology

The moment a child is born, the mother is also born!

Source: Creative Child MagazineThe EXACT moment.
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The moment a child is born, the mother is also born! 

Source: Creative Child Magazine

21 hours ago

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Learning is best delivered through experience!

Source: Littlepine
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Learning is best delivered through experience! 

Source: Littlepine

 

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How beautiful...

23 hours ago

ACPC Psychology

Myth Busted! Yes, bilingual kids should be meeting milestones for both languages as expected whilst taking into account word count in both languages!

Thank you Mrs Speechie PI get asked this often- and yes, bilingual kids should be meeting the same language milestones as monolingual kids. Being bilingual does NOT cause delays. If you have concerns, it’s best to get an evaluation!
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Myth Busted! Yes, bilingual kids should be meeting milestones for both languages as expected whilst taking into account word count in both languages! 

Thank you Mrs Speechie P

1 day ago

ACPC Psychology

Secure Attachment: Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviours summarised nicely!

Source: The Mindful PsychologistThe last post in my attachment series is on Secure Attachment. This is when a caregiver appropriately meets all their child's needs. Here the child learns that they are safe and loved, that adults are safe and reliable. With this attachment style parents provide a safe haven and base where children feel comfortable enough to go out and explore knowing that they can safely return to their caregiver when they have a need. This is the attachment style to aim for.
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Secure Attachment: Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviours summarised nicely! 

Source: The Mindful Psychologist

2 days ago

ACPC Psychology

Eye contact can be uncomfortable for autistic folks!Read full story here: themighty.com/2016/02/why-eye-contact-can-be-difficult-for-people-with-autism/ themighty.com facebook.com/themightysite @themigh... ... See moreSee less

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Yes that was addressed in a fatheringautism vlog the other day

2 days ago

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πŸ’– love them today and you can teach them tomorrow
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