Books & Resources
Collett is a writer and contributing author to a number of publications, both in print and online.
They’ll Be Okay – 15 Conversations to Help your Child Through Troubled Times
Parents who feel like they just don’t know how to talk to their children about some of the most difficult topics facing today’s young people – pornography, misogyny and harassment, objectification and body image – will have all the tools they need after they read this book. And it’s not just the difficult subjects: Collett also looks at emotional intelligence, empathy, respect and manners.
“I was immediately drawn in, and thought it was beautiful in look and feel but above all, pitched so well in tone and content – readable but not dumbing down the subtlety or complexities of relating. Such a great structure around those 15 topics – as it means a parent isn’t swamped – you just go to the one you are worried about. I am finding my thoughts extended and understanding deepened by reading it. It’s really WELL DONE!”
Steve Biddulph, psychologist and world-renowned parenting author.
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Collett is a contributing author to the following books
Collett is the contributing expert to ‘Gemma gets the Jitters’, a picture book on childhood anxiety, by Katrina Roe. Collett’s tips and advice, for parents, are included at the conclusion of the book.
‘Gemma Gets the Jitters’ can be purchased here, through Wombat Books.
Collett is a contributing author to ‘Nurturing Young Minds’, by Generation Next. Her chapter is titled, ‘A practical guide to talking to young people about online p*rn and sexual images.’ This chapter is aimed at teachers, parents and allied health professionals.
‘Nurturing Young Minds’ can be purchased here, through Hachette Australia.
A sample of Collett’s online contributions can be found here