Free Resources

Our resources provide hands-on advice and strategies for challenging situations. They can be printed and shared with colleagues and parents to aid communication.


English as an Additional Language (EAL)

Experienced recent trauma

Fears life-threatening events (new edition)

For parents: Assist your child with stress and worry

For parents: Reduce your stress and worry

Friendship difficulties

Gifted and talented

Helicopter parents

Help prevent anxiety (new ed. book 1)

Intellectual Disability (Revised)

Irrational parents

Membership is available to individuals, whole schools, regions or institutions working with children and parents in primary to junior secondary schools.

Membership benefits
  • Unlimited access to ebooklets, resources, screening tools, and practical strategies for working with children, parents, and colleagues
  • Build capacity to link wellbeing and management with teaching and learning
  • Practical support for developing plans for behaviour management, individual learning and school attendance
  • Our blog library offers practical ideas to support healthy psychosocial development, emotional regulation, and effective learning for those with additional needs
  • Communication tips and advice for managing difficult meetings and maintaining the wellbeing of yourself and others
  • Psychologists save time writing recommendations in reports by drawing on strategies described in ebooklets.
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