Why teenagers are like spring bulbs Rose and Michele have been thinking about how bulbs really do all the growing when you are not looking and you have to endure the long hard winter with frozen ground floods horrible winds just like we have been having here this year! Then… Read More»
This week, Rose gives some helpful tips in setting boundaries with children. Setting Limits Children need structure and to know clearly what is expected of them. Here are some helpful hints about how to keep the communication clear open and supportive whilst saying “no”. Limits are likely to create anger in the… Read More»
Over the next few weeks, Rose will be offering some ideas and support in relating and responding to children. In this post Rose gives an example of how recognising a child’s big feeling and responding with empathy can really help in connecting with children’s feelings and deescalate difficult situations.
Dolphin House Charity is looking to contract self-employed, qualified child therapists to work in a number of primary and nursery schools in Brighton. This is a great opportunity to join Dolphin House and be part of a well established charity that has been providing treatments and therapies for babies, children… Read More»
Rose Maxwell Arrives at Brighton Therapy Service A short while ago, an announcement was made here on the Brighton Therapy Service web site that Rose Maxwell was joining with Michele Karban. Well, I have arrived and I must say, I’m thrilled to be a part of this project. Michele and… Read More»
Welcome Rose Maxwell Brighton Therapy Service is excited to announce that Rose Maxwell is joining Michele Karban on brightontherapyservice.co.uk. Whilst Rose and Michele are both independent therapists, by joining together online a more comprehensive range of information, services and opportunities will be available to visitors to the web site.
Blame My Brain by Nicola Morgan This is a brilliant book, which I regularly recommend to parents and teenagers. In the past fifteen years enormous leaps have been made in the understanding of the human brain. In this book, Nicola Morgan writes about the neuroscience of a teenagers developing brain.