WHERE: �The Resilience Centre, 48 Oxford St, Epping
WHEN: �7.00 - 8.30 pm. Please arrive at 6.45 pm if you have not pre-registered.
COST: �$30 per person, $50 for two people.
REGISTER: Submit the reservataion form at the bottom of this page or phone 9869 0377 by�3.00 pm on the day of the Hot Topic you are attending.�
PLEASE NOTE the following HOT TOPIC originally scheduled for 13th September has been postponed until
18 OCTOBER EMOTIONAL SKILLS needed for the TRANSITION TO SCHOOL
Presenter: Kristen Bayliss
Starting school is one of life's major transitions. As parents we all want to do whatever we can to make this as smooth as possible for our son or daughter.
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KRISTEN is a registered psychologist and specializes in child and adolescent psychology. She is experienced in a wide range of areas, particularly adolescent anxiety and depression. Kristen has experience in child and adolescent out of home care, in boarding schools and foster care situations, as well as in local youth work and working with families, to help build closer relationships.
TERM 4 HOT TOPICS
25 OCTOBER How to Survive Loving Someone with an ADDICTION
Presenter: Joe Alberts
JOE is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in the public and private sectors. His areas of interest include the treatment of stress, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties in adults and men's issues.
8 NOVEMBER What to Do When Someone You Love Has DEPRESSION
Presenter: Lyn Worsley
LYN is a clinical psychologist and Director of The Resilience Centre with a background in nursing, teaching and youth work. She specializes in child, adolescent and family psychology and relationship issues. She is the author of two books, The Resilience Doughnut - The Secret of Strong Kids and The Resilience Doughnut - The Secret of Strong Adults.
29 NOVEMBER UNDERSTANDING DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)
Presenter: Sarah Piper
You may register below and pay via Paypal or phone The Resilience Centre on 9869 0377
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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