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Sara joins Jeff Sammut on SiriusXM Radio Canada Now to talk about the psychological aftermath for the boys, their parents and the rescuers following the Thai Cave Rescue.Listen to The psychological aftermath following the Thai Cave Rescue
Sara’s thoughts in a Globe and Mail article about the choices parents make when raising their children, regardless of gender.Read Choices parents make when raising their children
Sara chats with CBC’s Ontario Morning host Wei Chen about the psychological impact on the Thai soccer team trapped in a cave.
Segment begins at 33:13.Read The effect of being trapped underground
The WHO recently classified compulsive video game playing as a mental health condition. Sara tells Carolyn Mackenzie how parents can regulate their children’s gaming this summer. Watch Sara’s segment on Global TV’s Morning Show on video gaming addiction.Read How to regulate your kid’s gaming this summer
Download Emotional Regulation – what its all about
Sara Dimerman in conversation with Sheri Van Dijk. Over the course of this episode you will learn more about:What emotional regulation means Why some people experience problems managing emotions Why it’s so important that we learn to r... Listen to Emotional Regulation – what its all about
I was enjoying lunch with a divorced friend, when talk turned to marriage and relationships. She asked: “if you met your husband for the first time today, would you be interested in going on a second date with him?” Apparently, unlike many other women to whom she has posed the same ques...Read A revealing question regarding your relationship
Sara offers her two cents to Vice Canada about Lil Tay videosRead Lil Tay’s Hookah Smoking Video
Sara helps to facilitate a parenting discussion behind the scenes for a Cityline episode.Read Parents discuss the realities of raising teenagers in 2018