Engaging parents of children approaching adolescence

Date produced 07 November 2018

View this webinar to gain insights into practice particularly relevant to engaging parents of children approaching adolescence

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Through an exploration of developmental psychology of children as they become adolescents participants will:

 

  • Identify practical tips and strategies for effective conversations with adolescents and their parents
  • Recognise the differences between normal adolescent behaviour and mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety
  • Describe current trends in adolescent drug and alcohol use, cyber-bullying, risk-taking behaviour and self-harm

 

Panellists

Panel:

  • Dr. Michael Carr-Gregg (Psychologist)
  • Elly Robinson (Executive Manager – Practice Evidence)

Facilitator:

Mr. Daniel Moss  (SA -  Workforce Development Manager)



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