Sandy Says – What to expect from your first visit with a psychologist
May 20, 2019
Sandy Litt, experienced psychologist, author, and mentor runs through what to expect at your first consult with a psychologist. Seeing a psychologist can be daunting and nerve-wracking, but Sandy makes it easy with his warm and understanding approach. Even for those that find it hard to talk about personal or sensitive issues, Sandy creates a safe and secure place to begin the process of healing.
Sandy Says – Over eating… where it begins and how to deal with it
Dec 20, 2019
After a small hiatus, Sandy is back in time for Christmas. Today he discusses overeating, where it begins, and how to deal with it – timely for as we enter into Christmas and New Year celebrations!
Sandy Says – Guilt is a learned behaviour, not an emotion!
Aug 2, 2019
In today’s video, Sandy sheds some light on ‘guilt’. Guilt is a learned behavior, not an emotion… Watch to find out more.
Sandy Says – What is Diaphragmatic Breathing and when can it be useful?
Jun 14, 2019
Today Sandy discusses the use of Diaphragmatic Breathing, also known as ‘deep breathing’ or ‘abdominal breathing’. This type of breathing slows the heartbeat and can lower or stabilize blood pressure. This technique is an effective and easy tool that anyone can use outside of therapy. Diaphragmatic breathing can help with a range of issues including anxiety, stress, anger, frustration, depression, and even happiness!
Sandy Says – What is hypnotherapy and how can it be useful?
May 31, 2019
Sandy is a qualified hypnotherapist and often uses this form of therapy within his sessions. Today he discusses what hypnotherapy is, how it works, and the wide variety of issues it can be useful in treating!
Sandy Says – The four emotions and dealing with Anger
May 24, 2019
Today Sandy discusses the four emotions all children are born with – happiness, sadness, anger, and fear. Anger can be one emotion that many don’t know how to deal with and today he explores the best ways to deal with the emotion and associated behaviors.
Sandy Says – Problematic Sleeping and Diaphragmatic Breathing
Jul 12, 2019
In this video, Sandy gives some advice to anyone who struggles with sleeping. Many people find the use of Diaphragmatic Breathing techniques, also known as ‘deep breathing’ or ‘abdominal breathing’ helpful with problematic sleeping, or interrupted sleep. This type of breathing slows the heartbeat and can lower or stabilize blood pressure. It is an effective and easy tool that anyone can use outside of therapy.
Book | EbookBeing Safe – The Basic EssentialsThe original manual for the Protective Behaviours program devised by Peg West was designed for teachers to implement the program in a school environment. This has now been updated to deal with issues to do with the ethernet explosion of Google, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat etc. This updated e-book manual is for parents to teach their children directly as well as for teachers, lecturers, priests, rabbis, Imam’s, etc. The manual teaches and gives skills to children, teenagers and adults on how to be and feel safe in today’s world.
BookListen$7.99An anthology of poetry and prose written by parents of and survivors of child abuse. It details their experiences, their pain and how they have found courage to change and move on with their lives.
Book | Audio | EbookNolly and GroogleNolly and Groogle: The Gillows of Crimpley Creek is an updated electronic version of the 1988 classic on teaching Protective Behaviour to children as part of the Protective Behaviours Program, first introduced into many schools in the 1990’s.
Book | EbookRaising Happy KidsRaising Happy Kids is the first in the Pocket Parenting series. Over the years I have been asked to write a simple, straight forward, no nonsense book about effective discipline techniques for parents who are sick and tired of their children not doing what they are told to do, not completing simple daily and weekly chores or helping within their own family. This is a step-by-step, easy to follow manual to achieve the above but it is more that this. It is also a guide to help families connect and to share happy experiences together as a family.
Book | EbookRisking on Purpose$9.99This is the story of Peg West, the creator of the Protective Behaviours program. The title of the book reflects Peg’s commitment to having fun and being adventurous. The book also includes many stories of people who have embraced the protective behaviours process and how they use what they have learnt to empower themselves and have fun in their lives.
Book | Audio | EbookZing and ZippZing and Zipp the Troggs of Wongo-Wongo Wood is 4 stories outlining how to keep children safe through the teachings of the Protective Behaviours program. The book (and audiobook) is suitable for children as young as 5 or 6 years of age and up to 12 years. It helps children develop safety skills, personal networks, increase self-esteem and self-worth. They learn skills to protect themselves.