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January 2016

January 2016 Newsletter


We hope you all had some time to relax and "recharge your batteries" over the Christmas /New Year period.
Are you determined not to get stressed or anxious this year?
To help you achieve your goal The Resilience Centre is targeting these common difficulties with programs like Yoga for Calm Adults, Retrain Your Brain - to overcome anxiety, Yoga 4 Calm Kids and Bright Thinking for primary aged children. Also our Wednesday Night Hot Topic series of evening seminars starts the year withRaising Kids that Cope, looking at optimistic thinking skills for parents and children. An optimistic outlook is a key strategy for fighting anxiety.


Hot Topics

Our Wednesday evening seminar topics for the general public resume next week.

3 February Raising Kids That Cope: Optimistic thinking skills for parents & children 
Presenter: Ruth Fordyce 
Recommended for any parents thinking of registering their child in the Bright Thinking program this year.

17 February The Resilience Doughnut Explained Presenter: Sarah Piper 
Recommended for any parent not familiar with the Resilience Doughnut and who is thinking of registering a child in the Connect 3 or Link3d Up programs this year. 

9 March Walking on Eggshells in a Relationship? Personality Disorders & How to Stay Safe
Presenter: Joe Alberts

23 March Hoarding: Stuff to the rafters! How to recognise the disorder & how to help
Presenter: Lyn Worsley

Click here for more details and cost.


Upcoming Programs

2 February YOGA 4 CALM KIDS

Tuesdays 4.30 - 5.30 pm. For 8 - 12 year olds to help them relieve stress and anxiety,concentrate better and be more mindful. A few places left. More information here. Includes a complimentary Resilience Report. 

2 February YOGA for CALM ADULTS
Tuesdays 7.00 - 8.00 pm. For adults wanting to better manage the stress in their lives. For more detailsclick hereThis group is FULL , but we can add your name to a waiting list or notify you next time it runs.

5 February CONNECT 3
Fridays 4.30 - 6.00 pm. A 5 week resilience building program for 8 - 12 year olds which aims to improve confidence and social skills so they can cope in challenging situations. Click here for more information. Includes a complimentary Resilience Report. This program is almost full.

13 February LINK3D UP 
Saturdays 9.00 - 10.30 am. This 5 week resilience building program, for adolescents 13 - 16 years, is designed to teach resilience skills vital for negotiating the teenage years. Click here for more information. Includes a complimentary Resilience Report. Only a few places left.

Wednesdays 4.30 - 5.30 pm
Popular with parents, as it offers skills 
which would be valuable to any primary aged child as it teaches skills to think positively. It is particularly suited to children experiencing anxiety or reacting negatively to situations, as they learn a more optimistic style of thinking. For more details click here

1 March RETRAIN YOU BRAIN - to overcome anxiety
Tuesdays 7.00 - 8.00 pm
A 4 week ( plus follow up) program for adults who have difficulty maintaining optimism through anxious or negative thinking. A good introductory program to help start making those changes in your New Year's resolutions list.. For more information click here Only three places left.

Workshops at The Resilience Centre

7 & 8 March Child & Adolescent Resilience Doughnut Accredited Training

This 2 day workshop, facilitated by Lyn Worsley, will provide practitioners with a greater depth of understanding of the Resilience Doughnut model and how to use it in a range of settings. This is an endorsed program with the NSW Institute of Teachers. This workshop will also be available online this year for those living interstate or in country areas.

9 March Group Training Program - Connect 3/ Link3d Up Resilience Workshops
If you have completed the Resilience Doughnut Accredited Training (see above) and would like to run the Connect 3 and Link3d Up resilience building programs for groups of children and teenagers, this 1 day workshop, will allow you to advertise and facilitate the program in your local community.
Click here for more information about these workshops.

18 & 19 March 
Mental Health First Aid
Facilitated by Clinial Psychologist, Joe Alberts, this workshop will provide you with the skills, knowledge and confidence to help those developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. An extremely useful workshop for those who are teachers, community workers , nurses, occupational health & safety officers, youth workers, pastoral care workers, and human resource professionals. It also counts towards 12 hours CPD for teachers, nurses and many other professions. Click here for details.

If you have children starting school or high school this week check out our Facebook page, Little boys beginning big school and our latest blog, Positive Transition to High School - Supporting Adolescents to Cope & Survive on our website, for some very helpful advice. It may save later stress or anxiety for both you and your child!

Lyn & the Team

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