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Read about some of my work below.
The power of Self-Awareness. What is the difference between Compulsive Reaction and Conscious Action? Do you know? How does one know if he/she is Responding to the situation rather than Reacting to the situation? The presence or absence of Self-Awareness determines...
We all are unique and perceive life and life events in our own individualistic manner. We consciously or unconsciously follow and are inclined towards an ideology or a philosophical paradigm. These underlying differences, if not addressed, may lead to questions like -...
There are times we Self-Realise what is needed of us, but it takes time for us to Embody these realisations in our lives. What comes easy to us, may not be that simple for others. This is when we often ask ourselves questions like: Why can’t they just get this simple...
Here I am learning from a child about his stories, about his reasoning, about his reality. I am learning and there is a lot more to learn.
It is all about perspective, isn’t it? At We Belong, instead of ‘bandaiding’ the symptoms, we examine various aspects of children’s behaviour and their possible sources. We explore the lenses through which we might view and understand these behaviours.
There are several variables that are at play while creating a safe and supportive environment for both the staff and the children. We often focus on the behavioural variables impacting a service. However, in this program we will focus on the phenomena
Our program on Social and Emotional Learning Support (SELS) looks at various research on this important topic and run workshops to foster social and emotional competence among the educators and children. This program assists organisations in catering for staff wellbeing.
This issue is quite popular in the professional development arena and is frequently discussed within organisations. Our approach is distinct from what already exists out there. We critically examine verbal and nonverbal communication and the potential impact of effective vs non-effective communication on the efficiency of your program.
The issue of reflection has long been a subject of an ongoing debate. It seems that there are several conflicting perspectives
Staff motivation is an area that has been widely discussed in Outside School Hours Care. There could be several factors that lead to a lack of motivation among OSHC staff members. Some are obvious to the staff and some are not.