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Cultivating inner strength within our children
One of Australia’s most well-known parenting experts
WHEN: Wednesday 5 September, 2018 7 pm
WHERE: MacKillop Catholic College, Warnervale
There is no cost and all primary and secondary parents and carers are welcome so spread the word.
To learn more, go to Broken Bay CSP website:
OR to secure you seat www.trybooking.com/413917 .
“Emotional wellbeing is important in school, family and success and happiness in life.”
The evening will begin with a 45 minute presentation by Dr John Irvine.
A panel of experts including Jaye Bloofwitch, a Psychologist from the Catholic Schools Office, will then join Dr John to provide an opportunity for an interactive process providing families with information and strategies to develop their child’s resilience. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions to the panel.
This is a FREE workshop for all parents & carers of primary and secondary students in our Broken Bay Diocese.
Learn more on the CSP website www.brokenbayparentcouncil.com
OR book you seat www.trybooking.com/413917
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
• Every Catholic school parent or caregiver, as well as teachers, grandparents who care for children primary and secondary aged.
ABOUT DR JOHN:
Dr John Irvine is one of Australia’s most heard, seen and read child psychologist.
He has been a regular on many national TV shows, and heard across the country with his radio segment “Coping with kids”. Author of several well-known books including Who’d be a Parent, A Handbook for Happy Families, Helping Young Worriers Beat the Worry Bug and Thriving at School, Dr John is currently working with 10 Broken Bay Catholic schools supporting the Worry Woo’s program which
teaches social and emotional skills.
To secure you seat www.trybooking.com/413917 .
This free evening is hosted by the Broken Bay Catholic School Parents, to learn more, go to Broken Bay CSP website: www.brokenbayparentcouncil.com/dr-john-irvine