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Dinusha Wickremesekera is a Lecturer and Trainer. She has a Master of Science in Business Psychologist and is currently reading for a Master of Science in Applied Psychology. She has worked in the private sector and the education sector as a lecturer in Sociology and Psychology subjects as well as the inclusive education of children and adults with disabilities. She is a trained Coach. Believing is both Eastern and Western knowledge traditions she is a qualified Hatha Yoga Instructor and Lifestyle Counsellor. She has been facilitated Mindfulness programs for adults and particularly teachers.   She has been training Montessori Teachers and Babysitters for 15 years.

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Non-verbal learning disorder

Learning is a continuous process that begins from the day we are born. We learn during the cours...

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How to build independence in toddlers

One of the things that you would notice about your child is how they will want to do things for ...

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Learning Styles Attention and Focus

Up until the Covid-19 pandemic and the ensuing lockdowns and travel restrictions formal learning...

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Coping with Social Anxiety during Social Distancing

For almost a year now we have been worried about catching the infectious disease Covid 19 from a...

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New Sibling Change and Adjustment

Remember when you first learnt that you were expecting your first baby. Very exciting news that ...

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Managing Behaviors and Emotions: Developing Self-Regulation

Learning how to keep our attention on a single task for a longer period, and managing our behaviours...

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Play based Learning: New way of Learning

Work from Home.  School at home.  Schooling without teachers and peers on-site can be very...

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The Importance of Parental Well-being

To better understand parental wellbeing, it is important to understand wellbeing first.  If we ...

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Online Schools: An New Window to how your child sees the World

At 3 years a child starts going to Montessori. A few hours a day away from home to begin with but th...

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Early Education and Cognitive Development

Cognition refers to our ability to think and reason.   Development implies that it is a continu...

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We are expecting: Expectations and Acceptance

  We have many expectations of the little one that we are expecting.    ...

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Nurturing Kindness

Can you imagine a world in which we are all kind to each other?   We would all like to live in ...

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Parenting with Boundaries

During development, children are learning about boundaries and respecting boundaries. We would talk ...

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Importance of Play

“Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.”  Kay Redfield Jamison Development ...

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Your Parenting Toolkit

Our children don’t come with a parenting manual.  And even when reading parenting books, it is ...

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Standing Strong Standing Alone

Developing Independence in Toddlers Until your toddler begins to walk s/he cannot move around...

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Responsive Parenting

I would like to invite you to try a mindfulness practice. Select a sound: the sound of a bell, t...

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Communicating to Get Things Done Helping your Child to Listen

When we communicate, we are either sharing information or informing, or two or more people are e...

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Siblings Rivalry and Friendships

“...the sibling bond can be a thing of abiding love. Our parents leave us too early, our spouse ...

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Parenthood: An Invitation

Learning that your family of two is going to expand to a family of three, or that your family of...

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Mental Milestones

As you speak to and play with your child, inside his / her brain, the capacity to process inform...

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Children say the Cutest Things

How to help your children express themselves As we take care of a newborn, we eagerly await t...

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Chores and Responsibilities: Helping around the House

As adults we are called upon to independently take care of ourselves and also to run a home, have a ...

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