Articles by Conor Hogan

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A Child`s Life at Christmas

If you are reading at this special time of year then thoughts and feelings are flooding back of Christmases past. Of course, those Christmas years are ones that will never return again. They seemed to…


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Helping Children Cope With Pressures

Conor Hogan of Childcoach.ie on the  Galway and Connacht Tribune Newspaper. http://connachttribune.ie/helping-children-cope-with-pressures-777/ Written by Judy Murphy.


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Why do we need Life Coaching for Children?

Over the Christmas period many of us met old friends and some new ones too. As a result, natural conversations ensued. As we moved  into a new year and as this is a new service…


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Woman`s Way: Ask The Expert

My seven year old boy gets anxious in social situations – parties, sports training – to the point where he gets a pain in his stomach. How can I help him to relax, be less…


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Marriage is Temporary But Children are for Life

In May of this year every Irish adult will be asked to vote. The main reason behind this voting day will be to decide whether the majority are for or against the same-sex marriage referendum….


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A Child’s Life Slaps you back!

There was a societal outcry of late regarding what Pope Frances said about smacking children. For there is no doubt that the history of time has proven that, in the main, violence breeds violence. But…


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Gaeilge is a Gift for a Child`s Life

Today Childcoach.ie was mentioned in a local newspaper, namely the Galway Advertiser, on behalf of the Seosaimh Uí Ógartaigh awards. These awards celebrate the use of bilingual language in Galway. You may wonder, `Why do…


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Child Life Expert for Pregnancy and Parenting!

I am delighted to announce that Pregnancy and Parenting, an established Irish parenting magazine has taken me on board! Pregnancy and Parenting is availble every two months and this is the February and March edition. Its…



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Teachers want paid leave for assaults by pupils

Later today the  Irish Examiner  will have a front page cover story with the headline “Teachers want paid leave for assaults by pupils”. The headline itself will catch many people’s attentions. In fact, many will…