Videos

Magic Coat workshops encourage the facilitation of fun activities and conversations that children can do with their parents to assist them in developing social emotional competency on a day to day basis.

Caring Grandparents

With more and more grandparents having to take over the care of their grandchildren so that parents can work, Di Wilcox talks to Nine News about the pros and cons.

Tackling School Violence

Di Wilcox was interviewed about school violence and how parents can best tackle the problem when they see it. Unfortunately school violence will only cease when we have taught children from a young age how to manage their anger, have self control and empathy for others which is what we teach in The Magic Coat workshops.

Child Sleep Treatment

Di Wilcox talks, on Channel 9, about some of the reasons why children are struggling to sleep and shares some advice for parents on helping children to sleep at night.

Back To School

Di Wilcox provides tips that will help parents to prepare their children to go back to school with less stress and anxiety.

Kids and Christmas

Di Wilcox has a fun conversation with Lisa Fernandez about whether or not we are spoiling children over Christmas. It includes a number of good tips for parents.

The Big Question

In this episode of The Big Question, Di Wilcox has a conversation about whether or not we should be rewarding our children for simply participating in activities or whether we should be rewarding them for particular achievements, to teach them that everyone is successful at different things.

The Big Question - Pocket Money

In this video Di Wilcox has a conversation about whether or not parents should give children pocket money and, if so, how much and what for.

Tech Kids Today

Di Wilcox talks on Channel 9 about how technology is affecting our childrens' ability to have good social/emotional intelligence and what this will mean for their future.

Today Perth News

Di Wilcox talks on Channel 9 about why we are seeing more children suffering from anxiety than ever before. She provides tips and strategies for parents, to help them manage their childrens' anxiety.