There are many theories about resilience, how it is developed, or not. Theories are important, but for most parents or caregivers they want to know what they can DO.
This seminar is jam-packed with ideas and strategies of what parents can do NOW, to help create resilience in their kids.
As parents, we all want to see our kids grow up, finish school and make lives for themselves doing what they are called to do. The earlier we act, the more empowered we are in knowing we have done all we can to make this a reality.
What: Creating Resilience in our Kids seminar
When: Wednesday, 25th May 2016
Time: 6 - 9pm
Where: Free 2BU Essentials, Withers
Cost: $60 pp / $80 per couple
Register & pay: by the 23rd May 2016 to Marian on 9795 8265 / 0427 302 993
"You are PERFECT, you are WHOLE, you are COMPLETE."
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