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HOT TOPICS - Wednesday Nights

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.

NEXT TOPIC: 2 AUGUST - GAMING: A GUIDE FOR PARENTS

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.�

TERM 3, 2017 HOT TOPICS

2 AUGUST GAMING: A guide for parents

Presenter: Adam Wright

What are they doing in there?
Many parents can feel their son or daughter is obsessed with playing computer games. Are these fears about online gaming justified?

This seminar will: 

  • Introduce you to the world of video and online gaming
  • Explore the ways you can connect with your child or teen through online games
  • Explain what gaming addiction is and when might be the right time to act. 

ADAM is a registered Clinical Psychologist and has experience working in private, community and hospital settings. Adam works wirh adults, adolescents and children and likes to use a solutions and strengths focus to help people connect with and move towards meaningful goals and psoitive life changes.

23 AUGUST  MINDFULNESS: Your questions answered

Presenter: Ivette Moutzouris  

Mindfulness - is it just the latest buzzword or does it offer some real benefits for your well being? 

This seminar will answer: 

  • What is mindfulness?
  • Are there any significant benefits?
  • How can mindfulness strategies help alleviate and deal with symptoms of anxiety, depression and stress? 
IVETTE  is a registered psychologist whose aim is to help individuals overcome personal and emotional issues. She has specialized experience working with adults and adolescents and uses a psychological approach that recognizes the importance of how our thinking patterns impact our behaviour, emotional wellbeing, physical health and spiritual life.

13 SEPTEMBER  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.

Join this seminar to:

  • Understand the key emotional skills which provide the springboard for academic learning
  • Learn what you can do to connect with your child's emotional world during this critical transition
  • Investigate strategies for promoting emotional self-regulation and flexibility in your child
  • Explore how our approach to challenges and learning new skills can shape our child's perseverance and problem solving under pressure.  

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.

 

 

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