Prosody is the pitch and tone of the human voice. It is the very essence of connection. Our blog hosts articles and stories dedicated to innovation, research and practice with children and young people.
Caring for a Traumatised Teen
Adolescence is a period of significant growth, change and development, and is often an exciting as well as challenging time for young people and their parents or carers. In this blog entry we discuss the insights neurobiology has to support the role of carers of traumatised young people.Read More
9 Plain English Principles of Trauma Informed Care
The trauma literature can be overwhelming. Its basis in neuroscience offers incredible insights into its impact. But it also is challenging to decipher and make relevant to the ways in which children that have experienced abuse and neglect can be effectively supported.Read More
What if the world hurts?
What if your teacher’s voice feels like a dentist drill? What if the walls of your classroom feel like they are crowded and moving? What if the seam on your sock drives you to distraction and makes it almost impossible to listen to what is being said to you? Beth Guy looks at the topic of sensory defensiveness and what it means for children and young people as well as those who support them.Read More
The Neurobiology of Christmas – 10 things Parents and Carers can do to help a traumatised child cope with this holiday season
The holiday period around Christmas is a time of celebration and joy for most families. However for many children who have experienced abuse and neglect and are living in alternative care, it can be a stressful and sad time sometimes evoking memories of past. This entry provides ideas for how to be a support.Read More