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Kids In Mind:  Body Image, its all in the mind(Jan 7 2016)

Kids In Mind: Body Image, its all in the mind(Jan 7 2016)

Kids in Mind

In this edition Rebecca examines how our body image can influence us - and how sometimes its not what we look like - but how we think we look.

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Kids In Mind: Xmas Gift Pressure (27 Nov 2015)

Kids In Mind: Xmas Gift Pressure (27 Nov 2015)

Kids in Mind

As the holiday season approaches, child psychologist Rebecca Weber has some hints on how to handle children demands and manage their expectations.

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Kids In Mind: Importance of Peer Groups (17 May 2015)

Kids In Mind: Importance of Peer Groups (17 May 2015)

Kids in Mind

Friends are important for everyone - that is true for children as well, Rebecca examanes the importance of peer groups

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Kids in Mind: Youth Culture (18 May 2015)

Kids in Mind: Youth Culture (18 May 2015)

Kids in Mind

This week Rebecca asks if all kids will adhere to 'youth culture' and can it be harmful?

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Kids In Mind social groups and negative influences (20 may 2015)

Kids In Mind social groups and negative influences (20 may 2015)

Kids in Mind

This week Rebecca looks at how some kids can fall under negative pressure from others in their peer group

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Kids in Mind: Bullying (May 22 2015)

Kids in Mind: Bullying (May 22 2015)

Kids in Mind

Why are some children bullied more than others? And what creates a bully?

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Kids in Mind: Happiness and reality (27 May 2015)

Kids in Mind: Happiness and reality (27 May 2015)

Kids in Mind

This week how the realities of life can impact on a child's contentment.

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Kids in Mind: Happiness. Self esteem (May 26 2015)

Kids in Mind: Happiness. Self esteem (May 26 2015)

Kids in Mind

Social media is now a big part of a child's life. How can social media affect a child's self esteem.

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Kids in MInd: Happiness. Children and expectations: (25 May 2015)

Kids in MInd: Happiness. Children and expectations: (25 May 2015)

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This week Rebecca looks at how a child's expectations can affect their well-being - for the better or worse.

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Kids In Mind: Happiness - what is it? ( May 24 2015)

Kids In Mind: Happiness - what is it? ( May 24 2015)

Kids in Mind

This week Rebecca examines the state of mind - happiness. She starts by asking, what is happiness?

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Kids in Mind: General Parenting (June 15 2015)

Kids in Mind: General Parenting (June 15 2015)

Kids in Mind

Are parents responsible for everything that goes wrong in their child's life?

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Kids in Mind: Step Siblings (June 17 2014)

Kids in Mind: Step Siblings (June 17 2014)

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What are the best ways for step parents to involve themselves in the lives of their step children?

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Kids in Mind: Third Culture Kids (June 18 2015)

Kids in Mind: Third Culture Kids (June 18 2015)

Kids in Mind

When parents live outside their place of birth - they have to understand that 'home' means something different to their children.

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Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Teens (1 Sept 2015)

Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Teens (1 Sept 2015)

Kids in Mind

On this Month’s Kids in Mind programme, Dr Rebecca Weber – child psychologist practising in Ferney-Voltaire, looks at coping mechanisms. How children and parents cope with stress, and w...

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Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Babies (August 31 2015)

Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Babies (August 31 2015)

Kids in Mind

On this Month’s Kids in Mind programme, Dr Rebecca Weber – child psychologist practicing in Ferney-Voltaire, looks at coping mechanisms. How children and parents cope with stress, and w...

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Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Boredom (August 30 2015)

Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Boredom (August 30 2015)

Kids in Mind

On this Month’s Kids in Mind programme, Dr Rebecca Weber – child psychologist practising in Ferney-Voltaire, looks at coping mechanisms. How children and parents cope with stress, and w...

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Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Parents (August 2 2015)

Kids In Mind: Coping Mechanisms. Parents (August 2 2015)

Kids in Mind

On this Month’s Kids in Mind programme, Dr Rebecca Weber – child psychologist practising in Ferney-Voltaire, looks at coping mechanisms. How children and parents cope with stress, and w...

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Kids In Mind: Divorce. Is it always painful for kids? (21 Sept 2015)

Kids In Mind: Divorce. Is it always painful for kids? (21 Sept 2015)

Kids in Mind

This week Rebecca looks at the impact of separation and divorce on children. In this edition - is it always painful for the kids?

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Kids In Mind: Divorce. Impact on infants (22 Sept 2015)

Kids In Mind: Divorce. Impact on infants (22 Sept 2015)

Kids in Mind

n this show Rebecca looks at how parents should deal with the impact of divorce on infants.

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Kids In Mind Divorce: Impact on school age children (23 Sept 2015)

Kids In Mind Divorce: Impact on school age children (23 Sept 2015)

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Rebecca looks at how parents should communicate a split with children who are at school - around 5-12 years old.

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Kids In Mind: Divorce. Impact on Teens: (22 Sept 23 2015)

Kids In Mind: Divorce. Impact on Teens: (22 Sept 23 2015)

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Rebecca examines how parents should tell their teenage children about a split.

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Kids In Mind: Separation: Getting ready to leave (11 Oct 2015)

Kids In Mind: Separation: Getting ready to leave (11 Oct 2015)

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Rebecca looks at how children will naturally go through the process of getting ready to leave home. The process starts shortly after birth.

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Kids In Mind: Separation Small Children (12 Oct 2015)

Kids In Mind: Separation Small Children (12 Oct 2015)

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Even very small children will start to fight for their autonomy.

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Kids In Mind: Separation Pre-Teens (13 Oct 2015)

Kids In Mind: Separation Pre-Teens (13 Oct 2015)

Kids in Mind

Parents have to be able to cope with the different stages of how children get ready to leave the nest. Sometimes they may think they're ready - but they're not quite.

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