WHERE: The Resilience Centre, 4th Floor, 51 Rawson 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.
Our 2018 series of Wednesday Night HOT TOPICS will begin 14th March.
2018 TERM 1 HOT TOPICS
14 MARCH CONFIDENT KIDS: Help your child navigate the seas of uncertainty
Presenter: Sarah Piper
Parenting an anxious child or teen, can be fraught with difficulty. The desire to be supportive and loving, whilst maintaining firm boundries, is never easy.
This seminar will outline practical strategies for you and your child in how to manage their worries and anxieties.
Learn how both of you can be deliberate in your responses to:
SARAH is a registered psychologist and a mother of four with a keen interest in the healthy development and resilience of children and families. She is an accredited facilitator of the Resilience Doughnut programs and has extensive experience in a number of human services fields, including school counselling. Sarah loves to work with parents in their specific situations and has both personal and professional experience in working with anxiety.
4 APRIL TRANSITION TO RETIREMENT
Presenter: Ida Soghomonian
IDA is a registerd psychologist. During her 25 year career she has worked in Australia and Singapore with children, youth, adults, couples, families, groups and teams in private practice, schools, community organizations and companies. She is experienced in counselling, executive coaching, human resource management, organizational development and training.
You may register below and pay via Paypal or phone The Resilience Centre on 9869 0377
DBT (Dialectical Behaviour Therapy)
This 24 week program is designed for adults who have difficulties with emotions, relationships, impulsivity, self harm, suicidal behaviours, substance use or other problems that come from difficulties with controlling emotions.