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70. Overcoming School Refusal Part Two w/ John Chellew, School Refusal Clinic Bayside

Season 1, Ep. 70

This is part two of a two part series on school refusal with the Founder of the School Refusal Clinic in Melbourne, John Chellew. John is a world leader in the treatment of school refusal and has so much compassion for the challenges it brings for children, teens and their parents, carers and schools. His work with young people is supported by his therapy dog Max and the clever way he meets young people where they’re at; and how most of the work he does with children and their families is well outside of the four walls of his office.


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