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For parents of 8-12 year olds to reduce anxiety and promote resilience in children as part of a Monash University study.

A child development webinar training event – 12th, 19th & 26th May 2020. Morning and evening sessions available – 3 x 2 hour sessions. 

No Scaredy Cats

THIS SERIES FOR PARENTS IS BEING CONDUCTED AS PART OF A STUDY IN CONJUNCTION WITH MONASH UNIVERSITY.

ABOUT PARENTSHOP

At Parentshop, we provide specialised development training that delivers effective behavioural solutions for all ages. We guide and support professionals in education, psychology, social work and family support groups, so they can effect behaviour change within their own organisations, and for their clients.

Specialised training courses and resources provided by Parentshop equip participants with the skills and tools they need to implement strategies to deal with difficult and challenging behaviour in children, adolescents and adults. The latest research in behavioural sciences underpin our training solutions, yet they are practical and easy-to-implement – whether at home or in a workplace environment.

To book for the three session parenting webinar

Parent workbook and pre-course questionnaire will be posted to you. 

Log in details will be sent closer to the course date. 

Event Phone: 1300 738 278


No Scaredy Cats Parent Webinar is spread over three consecutive Tuesday mornings: Tuesday 12th, 19th and 26th May 2020: 9.30am – 11.30am Instructions on how to join the webinar will be sent to you close to the course delivery date. Registrations close 30th April 2020 so pre-course questionnaire can be distributed and received back by (more…)


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