Ask the Expert: She is a bright girl but she gets so stressed about study
Ask the Expert: What can I do to help her settle at night without me?
Ask the Expert: Even if someone does not identify their alcohol use as a problem, it can be a serious issue for their family
Ask the Expert: He will promise to leave only to run back and go to the top of the climbing frame
Ask the Expert: It is generally best to honestly face such feelings so you can understand them
Ask the Expert: Taking time to consider whether your child may be autistic might yield a better understanding of their needs. Also, there is a growing positive identity around being autistic
Ask the Expert: ‘His teacher says he is very bright and able, though often switched off or daydreaming in the class’
Ask the Expert: The first step is to get informed about the risks of drug taking so you know what to watch out for and how you can respond
Ask the Expert: It is right to weigh up all aspects of your decision carefully and to think through how to manage it well for your daughter
Ask the Expert: My boy can’t explain why he can’t use the toilet. But I know autistic children can … hate changes of routine
Ask the Expert: When parents embark on a journey of ADHD assessment and getting help for their child, it can usually mean the start of a wider family journey
Ask the Expert: ‘He looks really down in the dumps most days and I worry about him’
Ask the Expert: 'In the heat of a row, I did remove his phone, and this sparked a serious meltdown'
Ask the Expert: Having a rule of ‘no phone until secondary school’ is a very reasonable goal, though frequently this decision is not just an individual family one
Ask the Expert: ‘He is due to start school in September but I don’t know when he will be assessed’