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Spend an enjoyable evening learning tips for connection, tackling anxiety, building resilience, teaching problem solving skills and more...

This is a not-to-be-missed event presented by trusted Child Psychiatrist and one of Australia's leading parenting experts, Dr Kaylene Henderson.

In this informative and engaging 90 minute seminar, you will learn:
* The importance of connecting with your child
* How to calm your upset or anxious child, plus
* Tips for teaching problem solving skills, building resilience, avoiding power struggles and more...

Dr Kaylene Henderson is a warm and engaging speaker. As a medical specialist and mother of three primary school aged children, she imparts practical, research based advice that helps parents to feel more confident and capable in their important role. 

Who should attend: Parents of children aged 4 to 12 years of age. (Teachers and other professionals are also encouraged to attend and will be provided with a certificate of attendance for PD purposes).

Venue: Holy Family Catholic Primary School Hall, 40 Isabella Drive, Skennars Head NSW 2478

When: Wednesday 16th September 2020

Doors open at 6pm for a 6.30pm start; Seminar from 6.30pm - 8pm

Tickets: Cost: $35

Tickets are strictly limited and must be reserved prior to the event. Sorry, no refunds. Children unable to attend, although babes in arms always welcome.

"Advice based on research, yet delivered with kindness, humour and genuine warmth, I have learned so much." ~ Maria, Melbourne parent