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Tuesday, October 22, 2019
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Stealing And Lying UNDERSTANDING STEALING IN CHILDREN AND MANAGING IT EFFECTIVELY Stealing – often indicates emotional disturbance after 10 years. Indicates sometimes that something is lacking in child’s life, parental affection, attention – often, starts after one parent has left home. Reasons Bolster their self esteem, exhibit stolen goods to others to prove their toughness, manhood, competence or enjoy excitement, adventure.
School Readiness Is there anything that could be impacting on this child reaching their potential in Grade 1 : Intellectual IQ Assessment - Are there any areas of learning that require assistance? Emotional Assessment - will they be able to cope with the adjustment and structure of Grade 1? Social Assessment - How do they interact with their peers? The disadvantages of sending a child to Grade 1 who is not ready emotionally(can affect confidence)
Discipline THE FIVE “Cs” OF EFFECTIVE DISCIPLINE/LIMIT SETTING   1. Clarity - Be clear in stating rights, rules and limits. Children need to know what rules are, what the discipline will be for breaking a rule and what the discipline is intended to achieve. Make this rule unmistakable: use of alcohol, cigarettes or any other drug by children will not be tolerated. Be direct and honest in establishing rights, rules and limits.  Never be secretive or try to manipulate. If your child is confused about a rule (“But you smoke ...”), answer questions as honestly as you can.
Avoiding Manipulation Children will normally and naturally try to avoid consequences by manipulating their parents.  This is a normal development process and does not mean that anything is wrong with your child.

Lara Juric - Counselling Psychologist

Lara graduated from U.C.T. with an undergraduate degree in 1996 ( B.Soc.Sci). She went on to complete her Honours (Cum Laude) and Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology from Stellenbosch University In 1998. After living and working in the United Kingdom for  year she returned to South Africa  to settle in the Tableview and Blouberg area in Cape Town. She is currently practicing from Crescent Clinic in Claremont/Kenilworth and Atlantic Beach Golf Estate in Melkbosstrand. Since 1999 she has been in private practice and her special areas of Interest include:

  • emotional and intellectual assessments of children and adolescents.
  • play therapy
  • school readiness assessments
  • parent guidance
  • managing life changes / adjustments or trauma with adults/ adolescents/ children
  • anxiety and depression in adults/ adolescents/ children
  • self-growth and development in adults