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Jaimie Bloch

Jaimie Bloch is a leading child and family Clinical Psychologist and the Director of MindMovers Psychology. Jaimie uses her flair for creativity to encompass both holistic and evidence-based approaches that are simple to understand, practical and easily implemented.

Jaimie is an expert in developing programs and psychological materials for schools, corporations, online courses and in-person group and individual workshops. Through her experience with private consultancy over the last 13 years, she has developed a deep passion for creating frameworks and tools to support empowering not just children, but parents and the whole family system.

MindMovers Psychology was founded in 2015 by Jaimie Bloch, created based on the ideology that we change together rather than in isolation. She has supported thousands of families to navigate the challenges and the balancing act of raising a child and keeping a connected supportive home environment in the modern world.

"My philosophy is that knowledge is power. I believe that the knowledge we can learn and gather about ourselves, our brains and others can empower us to lead fulfilling and meaningful lives. My belief is that Minds Move Better Together and that with the support of a guiding light, whether that be through a mentor, coach or information, we can feel more connected and enlightened, and ultimately empowered in our own life journeys."

Outside of Jaimie's clinic work, she enjoys teaching, speaking, researching and writing articles to support parents and families connect back to their own source of joy through awareness, understanding and empathy. Jaimie melds western psychology, philosophy and neuroscience that is both palatable and enjoyable to engage with and understand.

Articles written by Jaimie
Children’s brains and future behaviours are significantly shaped during the first few years of life. According to research, increased brain development in both babies and their carers is a result of their shared happiness. This sense of joy gives a child a sense of security, which enhances their overall happiness and enables them to deal with the difficulties of life.
Communication is an intricate process. We read people by understanding not only their verbal cues but their non-verbal cues too. Non-verbal communication includes facial expressions, body language, voice tone and body movements.
Being a parent is an adventure. Every day a new challenge or lesson presents itself and as parents, we must adapt and be flexible around how we manage not just ourselves, but our children.
We tend to speak a lot about how to help children own their emotions and teaching our preschoolers about how to use their words, but what about what goes on inside their (very cute) little heads? How do we teach children about their thoughts, what they mean and how to sort through the positive and the negative?
Children are notorious triggers for us as parents. We can be calm, patient and level headed at work or with friends but when our child is escalating we often mirror this accidentally. This is evolutionary, it is because our child’s distress creates distress in our own brain. The harder it is for us to be calm as parents, the harder it is to help calm and soothe our children when they are...
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Raising young children and toddlers can often lead to feelings of stress and chaos, with a seemingly endless list of tasks to complete. It can be especially challenging when faced with a meltdown from an emotionally charged child – as often there is no time to help your child communicate what is upsetting them before they explode.
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