London, UK – Families have had to deal with a range of issues, challenges and frustrations since the pandemic hit earlier this year. The social isolation and ongoing tensions have had an impact on our children and a lot of us have noticed behavioural changes. But when should parents be concerned?
To address these issues, Dr Sarah Mundy, consultant clinical psychologist, teamed up with new parenting website Yet Another Mummy Blog. Dr Mundy answers questions from concerned parents regarding regressions, clinginess and separation anxiety. Using her years of experience, Dr Mundy explains why children might be acting different and how to talk to children to help them through this difficult time.
“These are unprecedented times. So many of us have questions about our children and how to help them cope. By answering these questions, submitted by mums and dads, Dr Sarah Mundy gives us insights into growing brains and addresses key issues head-on.” – Samantha Lyon, Founder, Yet Another Mummy Blog
What Questions are Asked?
Among other questions, Dr Sarah Mundy answers the following:
• My toddler has started carrying around her blankie again. Is this to be expected?
• How can I teach my child about Coronavirus through stories and play?
• How do adults handle lockdown differently to children?
• How can I ease a young child’s transition back into childcare?
• How can parents deal with the anxiety and stress of children returning to school?
To Read About How Coronavirus is Impacting Kids’ Wellbeing
To read Dr Sarah Mundy’s insights regarding how the global pandemic has impacted kids, how to support them with returning to school and how to navigate separation anxiety, visit the blog post below:
About Yet Another Mummy Blog
Yet Another Mummy Blog is a new parenting website, designed to address parenting issues, concerns and questions. The website aims to delve into difficult topics with expert insights and assistance. Yet Another Mummy Blog was created by a digital marketing specialist and content marketer.
About Dr Sarah Mundy
Dr Sarah Mundy is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Director at Amicus Psychology. Dr Mundy specialises in working with children and families, primarily those who have experienced early adversity. On top of this, Dr Mundy has written a series of children’s books titled Parenting Through Stories, written from an attachment and story-telling approach.
For more information, please contact:
Samantha Lyon, Founder of Yet Another Mummy Blog