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Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives?
Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success on his new podcast.
Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from.
Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can apply straight away.
Season 1 of this podcast focuses on children aged between three and 12. Please subscribe to ensure you don’t miss an episode.
Tim is a registered Teacher and Psychologist. He spent 12 years working in schools as a Teacher / Psychologist before establishing his own private practice working with children, families, teachers and schools. As a result, Tim has a unique understanding about what is required to improve a student’s educational and wellbeing outcomes.
Tim currently consults to the Independent Schools Association, the Catholic Schools Association and the Education Department of South Australia.
He also works with elite level athletes, consulting to the Adelaide Football Club in the AFL and as a Career Guidance person to Adelaide United in the A-League.
Tim has vast experience working with children and families and he is able to offer a wide range of services.
For the latest news, insights and information about upcoming books, podcasts and other content, join Tim Dansie’s mailing list.
This show is produced by Apiro Media.
Ep 1 – The fundamentals
To have the fundamentals for a successful life, a child …
- Has a positive outlook on life
- Knows how to build and maintain friendships
- Can read social situations
- Has empathy for others
- Is learning
- Knows the difference between right and wrong
- Is active and exercises
- Contributes to home life
- Follows instructions
Our job as parents:
To produce a good adult.
0 – 12 we are teachers
12 – 17 we are motivators
Critical factor: Know your child
Be clear of what is success is for your child
Work on one change at a time
Know your child
Learn from good people – listen to people who you trust and who don’t judge
Tim’s book Setting Your Kids Up for Success (4 – 12): Time for Some Common Sense is on the way. Sign up to our mailing list to get notified when it’s released!