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Mind Kind is about helping parents to think about mental health. This episode of the Mind Kind podcast is about slapping - Joanna North discusses recent legislation in the UK for slapping children, what the effects can be of this kind of approach and alternative ways to handle discipline and encourage positive behaviours.Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
Mind Kind is about helping parents to think about mental health. This episode of the Mind Kind podast is about self harm and how we can respond to it and understand.In this episode Jo talks again to Sheetal Amin, who is a British Asian woman and psychotherapist who works in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  She is Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee for the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy Child College.  Much of her work within the NHS involves Looked After Children and Child refugees in the United Kingdom.  Alongside her NHS work, Sheetal is also in private practice as an interpersonal psychotherapist, consultant and supervisor.Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
Mind Kind is about helping parents to think about mental health. This episode of the Mind Kind podast is about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), including those related to Covid.In this episode Jo talks again to Sheetal Amin, who is a British Asian woman and psychotherapist who works in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  She is Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee for the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy Child College.  Much of her work within the NHS involves Looked After Children and Child refugees in the United Kingdom.  Alongside her NHS work, Sheetal is also in private practice as an interpersonal psychotherapist, consultant and supervisor.Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
Mind Kind is about helping parents to think about mental health. This episode of the Mind Kind podast is about how racism affects a child's mental health and how it affects families and adults too. In this episode Jo talks to Sheetal Amin, who is a British Asian woman and psychotherapist who works in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.  She is Chair of the Equality and Diversity Committee for the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy Child College.  Much of her work within the NHS involves Looked After Children and Child refugees in the United Kingdom.  Alongside her NHS work, Sheetal is also in private practice as an interpersonal psychotherapist, consultant and supervisor.Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
Mind Kind is about helping parents to think about mental health. This episode of the Mind Kind podast is about Attachment Security and how to help our children feel strong and secure.Contents:Introduction and what it means to have a secure child.Question 1: What does security look like?Question 2: Is a single parent enough to make a child feel secure?Question 3: How can I respond when my child is really naughty?Question 4: Can you give me some shortcuts?Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
Mind Kind is about helping parents to think about mental health. This episode of the Mind Kind podast is about Emotional Literacy and the importance of Emotional Literacy in the home and in parenting. Contents:Introduction and noticing emotions.Question 1: I keep hearing the term "Emotional Literacy", what is it about?Question 2: What are the key emotions?Question 3: What is the best way to do this? Give me some rules!Question 4: If I keep responding to my child's emotions will they be strong and resilient?In question 3 Jo talks about the six 'R' rules. Here they are for your reference:ReceiveRegulateResolveRepairRepeatRoutinePlease share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
This episode of the Mind Kind podcast is about working with your children while you are at home and helping you with mental health during the covid crisis.Please share this Mind Kind podcast with your friends and subscribe to catch future episodes, see details below.Dr Joanna North is a psychotherapist and psychologist specialising in child mental health and author of the book Mind Kind - Your Child's Mental Health.To subscribe to this Mind Kind podcast, copy and paste this link into the podcast app of your choice: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1696162.rssLink to the Mind Kind book: Mind Kind – Your Child's Mental HealthA note about emailing me your questions: I have so many questions and great suggestions from parents that I am not asking for more questions to be emailed at the moment, thank you for your understanding – Joanna NorthPLEASE NOTE: Mind Kind is an information-based platform only.  Whilst this may be useful and is built on psychological knowledge,  it is not intended for direct treatment or to substitute the advice of your physician and our e mail is not for contact in an emergency.    If you have concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of your child or any adult, please contact your doctor for treatment   For the UK contact 111 for advice or 999 in an emergency or go to NHS Every Mind Matters website.  You can contact The Samaritans on 116 123.    For countries other than the United Kingdom please contact your physician or emergency services relevant to your state or country.   Take care and seek expert advice local to you if you need help. 
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