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Archive for April 2014

How safe are you online? – for Ages 8-10

Are you between 8 and 10 years old?


This video enables you to understand that you need to be just as protective of your personal information online, as you are in the real world. It also directs where to go and what to do if you are worried about any of the issues covered.

Believe in Yourself

How much do you believe in yourself?


Check out the words in this song – it says it all!!

Check out our case study published in the AMT

One of our Case Studies is published with the Association for Meridian and Energy Therapies

http://theamt.com/case_story_using_picture_tapping_therapy.htm

Racism: A Child’s Perspective

Racism: A Child’s Perspective

Is a simple approach to a very complex issue. This film illustrates the fact that we are not born with racist and prejudice attitudes. Rather, these are attitudes that we learn from others. Who do you learn from?

 

 

A huge welcome to all our amazing Therapists.

A huge welcome to all our amazing Therapists. We are so thrilled and proud to have you all aboard Tappy Twins. All of you bring an amazing amount of skills, talent and experience. Thank you for being part of our team that help children “feel good fast”.

Check out their profiles out in the library – meet the practitioners.

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This Is What Brothers Do For Each Other

This Is What Brothers Do For Each Other

See the inspiring story of brothers Conner and Cayden Long, who were the recipients of Sports Illustrated Kids 2012 SportsKids of the Year award. Although Cayden has cerebral palsy it hasn’t stopped him from competing in triathlons with his older brother Conner.

What an inspiration these young boys are. It just shows you that when you put your mind to anything you can achieve it.

 

 

Are you coping with a parent with a mental illness?

If you have a parent with a mental illness, you are not alone. There are thousands of you out there right now, who deal with this everyday. If you need someone to talk to, or learn a great secret weapon to help you cope a little better, then we are here to help.

You are not alone!!

 

A big thanks toKoolta for raising awareness as he raps about parents with mental Illness.

How to Deal With Sibling Rivalry

Does this look familiar?

 

So How do we make things better with our brothers and sisters?

Here’s How:

  1. Before you act, take deep breaths.
  2. Don’t let their words get to you. 
  3. Pick your fights.Is it worth it?
  4. Go to your parents, only if you can’t solve it yourself.
  5. Give them some space. 
  6. Give yourself a break