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Resources for parents

Find practical ideas here from our team of therapists and browse some of our favourite books that we recommend to parents.

 

 

How to help your child managing their feelings

Favourite books

What's Going On Inside My Head?

Starting conversations with your child about positive mental health.

Written by Sally Potter and illustrated by Sarah Jennings, this introduces strategies for developing emotional intelligence, understanding uncomfortable thoughts and emotions, and nurturing well-being and self-esteem.

How To Talk So Little Kids Will Listen

A Survival Guide to Life With Children Aged 2-7

This book on parenting by Joanna Faber and Julie King is recommended to all families of young children coming to the MPC for therapy. It has an easy-to-read style and gives practical advice about a range of areas of parenting young children, including supporting children with their emotions and using praise.

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