A six-session online program for parents of adolescents aged from 10-16 years in a small group environment facilitated by two counsellors who have run the program for over 10 years and are parents themselves navigating this difficult time. Would you like to improve: communication and connection with your teen? understanding and empathy? management of emotions? conflict resolution? and be supported in your parenting by learning tools and connecting with others during this challenging time? Tuning in to Teens shows you how…Find out more »
Tuning in to Teens ONLINE VIA ZOOM is a 3-half-day professional development workshop that gives trainees a grounding in the concepts of Emotional Intelligence and Emotion Coaching as well as useful information about teenage brain development. The workshop blends lecture-style and experiential learning modules. Pre-reading and video material will be sent prior to the first session. This workshop is suitable for all experienced and qualified workers in the caring sector whose client base includes adolescents and pre-adolescents (approximately 11 years…Find out more »
Tuning in to Kids – Online via Zoom – November 26, 27 & 30 – Facilitator training workshop for professionals
Tuning in to Kids is an evidence based parenting program developed by Dr. Sophie Havighurst and Ann Harley in Melbourne, Australia with research trials conducted through The University of Melbourne. The program provides a new way of working with families that focuses on the emotional connection between parents and children. The program teaches parents skills in emotion coaching, which is to recognise, understand and manage their own and their children’s emotions. Tuning in to Kids ONLINE VIA ZOOM is a…Find out more »
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