Childrens animation. Biodiversity, exploring the natural environment, fun, local voice over accents. Ages 6 to 9.
Episodes cover themes such as:
- Why having friends and learning about different moods and emotions is important
- Snorkeling and respecting marine life
- The resilience of plants
- Tracking and exploring bird life
- Whales and that it eats plankton
Carly Abramovitz is an English-speaking clinical psychologist from South Africa. Carly offers individual psychotherapy, specializing in expat therapy and therapy for self growth. In addition, Carly offers parent support and education via individual consultation and workshops. Carly completed her Honours in Psychology at the University of Cape Town in 2009. She graduated with a first class pass. Her research project, which included a minor dissertation, was titled “Identity negotiation in the ‘new’ South Africa: The ideological dilemmas informing discourses of whiteness”. Carly obtained her Masters in Clinical Psychology from the University of Cape Town in 2011. Her thesis was titled “Women Supporting Women: The Role of Doulas in South African Birth Stories”. She completed her Clinical Psychology Internship at Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital in Pretoria and then went on to complete a year as a Community Service Psychologist at the Far East Rand Hospital in Springs.