This is a difficult question and the reality is that for many there is no perfect time. Contraception has been an amazing invention for women giving us the opportunity to establish careers and live our lives fully before starting a family. Many women are aware that if they want to […]

Over the Christmas period I have been reading a great book called ‘The Tao of Pooh’, which attempts to explain the principles of Taoism through the characters of The Winnie the Pooh books.  This may seem like a strange start to an article about health, but one line, a quote […]

Paediatric Behaviour Analyst Sarah Murray looks at the research and what it tells us about autism in infants and toddlers including the crucial aspect of time in diagnosis and early intervention Have you ever had concerns about your infant or toddler’s development? Have you noticed that they are missing some […]

Paediatric Behaviour Analyst Sarah Murray discusses the controversial topic of punishment and managing misbehaviour in children The term ‘spare the rod and spoil the child’ has done a lot of damage in guiding healthy parenting practices. Punishment is now widely misunderstood, misused and overused when it comes to changing child […]