Six of the our Everlief team have got their heads together and the result is a new book – Brighter Futures.
Maybe your primary school aged child is struggling to live life to the full. Perhaps worries are holding them back? Maybe they are finding friendships tricky? Maybe teachers have raised concerns that something is getting in the way of your child being happy or fulfilling their potential at school?
The team of clinical psychologists guide you through exactly what to do, from figuring out the roots of the problem, to making and reviewing a manageable plan of action.
Each chapter follows the same approach and contains focused, tried and tested strategies that are practical and are focused on the areas of concern. You will be encouraged to consider changes which could make a big difference.
This book considers the whole child and all the aspects which make up their world including environment, their routines, diet, exercise, brain development, their feelings and their views and helps you guide your child to learn the essential skills of life. The book has been very well received…here is a recent review: Review of Brighter Futures
The book can be ordered here (RRP is £14.99):
If your child narrowly misses out on the required score and you are considering an appeal then sometimes it is useful to have a cognitive assessment as supportive evidence. The WISC V looks at a child’s ability and compares to the population. Naturally this gives a useful comparison to the 11-plus results.
We have some pre-booked spaces available in 2018 which will give you the results in time for the deadline. Please call Mike on 01494 521332 if you would like to book one of these.
***We have 1 place left on on our upcoming Friendship Skills Course for a girl aged 9-11 years. Please email Hayley on email@example.com for more information.****
Dr Liz Dawes will be running a course for 9-11 year old boys and girls on 4 Saturday mornings at Bledlow Ridge Village Hall, HP14 4AL from 10-12pm.
Guide to Course content
What are friends
Emotions and feelings
How to deal with teasing and bullying – resolving conflict
The cost of the course is £350 per child and includes:-
Pre-course telephone call to help us understand your child’s individual needs, your objectives and to answer any questions you may have. We want your child to get the very best out of the course and this will help us tailor to their needs.
Weekly email updates on what your child has covered in the session and relevant feedback.
Course materials for your child.
Course guide for parents and children.
A follow-up feedback letter will be sent by Dr Liz Dawes a couple of weeks after the course finishes.
If you are interested, please email Hayley Vaughan-Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.