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Ms. Michelle Moreau

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Phone: (506) ***-****  HQ Phone
New Brunswick Association of Social Workers
Station A
Fredericton , New Brunswick E3B 5G2


Employment History


  • M.S.W.
  • MSW
  • Masters of Social Work degree
    Dalhousie University
9 Total References
Web References
Family Plus/Life Solutions, 10 June 2012 [cached]
Michelle Moreau, M.S.W., R.S.W.
Family Plus/Life Solutions, 27 Feb 2011 [cached]
Michelle Moreau Assistant Manager, Clinical Services 506-634-8295 Ext 214
Family Plus/Life Solutions, 24 April 2006 [cached]
Child and family counsellor Michelle Moreau says that parents need to recognize that problem behaviour is an opportunity for children to learn more appropriate or acceptable behaviour. "Through effective discipline, children can learn some valuable life lessons, which can include responsibility for their actions and the confidence to resolve problems on their own."
There is no one magical formula for disciplining children, because all are different! For this reason, Ms. Moreau states that parents need to think through their approach to discipline in an effort to make sure that it is a positive and effective influence on the child.
Ms. Moreau says that natural consequences are often the most effective at teaching the child how to make good decisions. - TP School - Life, 3 Oct 2005 [cached]
Child and family counsellor, Michelle Moreau, suggests that parents help their child by orienting them to a larger world outside the home."For example, get them familiar with the library, helping them choose books, and return them on time.Read them books about school, and talk about their teacher and the rules of the classroom".
Most children will have similar problems with their first year of school.Many will find it difficult to share with others, or have conflicts with other children."Use books to prepare your child for sharing," says Ms. Moreau."An excellent book is In Kindergarten We Share, by Robert Munsch.When children come home and say 'I hate school' talk with them to understand what might be bothering them.Say something like 'how can we work on this together'."If your child is having difficulty making friends, Ms. Moreau suggests that you organize a small function at your home where a few parents and children come over to meet and mingle.She suggests that you involve your child in determining who to invite, what games to play, and what toys to put away and not have used by other children.
Help your child prepare for each new day of school by giving her choices of what clothes to wear, talking in a positive way about the day to come, and helping her solve problems as they arise.Listen to your child's concerns, says Ms. Moreau, and say things like" I can see that you're upset about that.
"When we treat our children with respect", says Ms Moreau, " they will come to expect no less from their peers or other influential persons in their lives."
Since as a parent you are the most significant and influencial person in your child's life, your time and effort can help her make a successful transition to school. - TP Life - Other, 18 July 2005 [cached]
According to family counsellor Michelle Moreau, parents can teach and model for their children some essential life skills that will better prepare them to deal with the inevitability of negative peer influences.For example says Ms. Moreau, "Parents can role model or expose children to healthy relationships.As soon as children are able, parents can invite them to participate in family decisions and problem-solving, thereby developing an awareness of the importance of their own thoughts and opinions.They can gain an appreciation for the right to say "no," and learn about the importance of mutual respect, dealing with differences and the value of uniqueness."
As Ms. Moreau says, when we treat our children with respect, they will come to expect no less from their peers or other influential persons in their lives.Home can be the safest place in which a child could experiment with the complexities of relationships.If we prepare children to develop and express their own opinions - to have a say in what happens in their lives - then we are teaching them to have power and influence, even in the most stressful of situations.
Parents can also help children counter negative influences such as bullying, by encouraging open family discussions about problems they run into with their peer group.For instance, Ms. Moreau suggests a conversation with your child that might go like this: What is the problem?How do you know it is happening to you?What should or could you do about it?Ms. Moreau emphasizes strongly the importance of encouraging children to openly talk about their concerns and pressures.It certainly helps set up "a family team" that can work together and support a child's attempts to deal with all kinds of problems.Michelle tells her own children that "there is no problem we can't manage together."
Ms. Moreau reminds us that parents can't do it alone - the support of school teachers, as well as other significant caregivers and persons of authority are needed to support their efforts.
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