Ages and Stages
A Relationship Health View

As far as relationships are concerned our development proceeds through a number of predictable stages. 

As a parent or professional it is useful to know what you are looking for

Development is really fascinating.

Especially that we are now starting to understand how the brain develops in the context of our closest relationships.

However the truth right now is that both parents and professionals receive very little training on these matters.

This is a factor that is important when it comes to understanding why we are seeing so many young people with mental health challenges.

The uncomfortable detail is that many of our everyday practices with children, especially the most vulnerable are not taking the issue of development into account.

So how can we change that?

Perhaps you are someone who would like to learn more in  order to help your own child or the children you work with.

Training in this area can be really fascinating 

And very useful!

If you would like to learn more you can find out about you can

Take a look at our recommendations page

Read more about an introduction to I Matter Thinking


Your Role and Your Understanding
and Skills are Key for Your
Child's Healthy Development.


The Five Steps To Success with Anxious or Challenging Children!  

Dr. Cathy Betoin - Relationship Health Matters

Dr Cathy Betoin
Clinical Psychologist, Teacher, Parent

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