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How can we help our girls and young women hurt by the pandemic? Clinical psychologist and family therapist Andrew Fuller explores what's happened in their lives – and how they can recover.
Leading clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller is seeing a worrying trend after lockdowns: young people opting out of challenging situations – including school. He tells Shane Green we need to encourage them to be bold.
Ideas for getting kids to cooperate, an uplifting story of an enterprising young author, and a dad struggling through the pandemic.
Expert advice on using RATs on kids and easing anxiety, the simple answer to raising teens, and the need to celebrate parenting milestones.
The return-to-school plan for Victorian schools sees a shift in focus to keeping students in the classroom, writes ISV's Chief Executive Michelle Green.
The latest RCH National Child Health Poll found that half of Australian children have participated in less sport since the pandemic, with one in three doing a lot less or no sport.
Our young people are facing new pressures as we come out of lockdowns and restrictions. Here are nine tips to support them, from Marie Yap, Antony Yorm and Mairead Cardamone-Breen.
Some students might need extra support returning to the classroom after lockdown. Penny Van Bergen and Erin Mackenzie offer five tips for parents to help their children adjust.
Useful ideas to mange your teen's screen time, Lego removing gender stereotypes, and expert advice to help maintain children's mental health.