The group is based around the Resilience Doughnut model and will teach young people how to find their strengths, apply optimistic thinking patterns for problem solving, develop positive and resilient connections with others, and negotiate changes in life when strengths are challenged. It is particularly helpful for young people who are experiencing social difficulties.
The program runs for 5 weeks with a follow up session 6 weeks later and also provides you and your adolescent with complimentary access to the Resilience Report, an online measure of your adolescent's resilience. To read more about the Resilience Doughnut go to www.theresiliencedoughnut.com.au .
Term 3, 2017
Day and Time: Mondays, 4.30 - 6 pm
Dates: August 7, 14, 28, September 4 & 11 ( please note no session on August 21) and a follow up on October 23
Cost: $420 (or $400 if paid in advance)
Facilitated by: Constance Hui (Registered Psychologist) and Gemma Stephens (Registered Psychologist)
Enquiries: Contact Robyn on 0435 878 462 or email email@example.com
* GPs and Paediatricians can assess eligibility for a Medicare rebate under a Mental Health Treatment Plan for this group program (a rebate of $21.65 per session may apply)
To register your interest: Call The Resilience Centre on 9869 0377 or submit the online form below.
Please note - this is a small group with limited places.
The group will run subject to sufficient participants.
These informal evening seminars for the general community, are presented by our experienced psychologists. They provide psychological insights into a variety of challenging life issues.
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