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Family Wellbeing - Looking After Yourself and Your Kids

Family Wellbeing - Looking After Yourself and Your Kids

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When:

  • Mon 28 Aug, 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Where:

Grace Vineyard Church Beach Campus, 111 Seaview Rd, New Brighton, Christchurch Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Family Wellbeing - Looking after yourself and your kids: $0.00

Parents regularly ask: How do I stop repeating myself and get my kids to listen? How do I know my kid is okay and that I'm doing an okay job? And how the heck do I manage this behaviour?

Anne, Dean and Anna from the All right? team come together to discuss all of these things! They'll provide their top tips and leave time for an open discussion and one-on-one time in order that your questions are answered.

They are a highly regarded team from the academic, health, education and social sector actively working with parents and kids.

The speakers:
Dean Sutherland: First and foremost, Dean is dad to 3 teenagers – who talk sometimes. He is also a Speech-language therapist and a senior lecturer at the University of Canterbury. He is passionate about helping children and adults understand and develop the art of communication.

In these workshops Dean will share his top tips for communicating and connecting with your children and teenagers.

Anne Gibling: Anne is a mum to 2 adult children and Gran to her 2 grandchildren; she has a degree in Social Work and has been working in the Social Worker field for 15 years and for the last 10 years at the Christchurch Methodist Mission.

During this time she has been working with parents in their homes and facilitating parenting workshops based on the Triple “P” positive parenting programme. Anne is passionate about parents having a kete of strategies that they can call on when things get tough.

Anna Mowat: Anna has been focussed on parenting since she became one 12 years ago and also began working with SKIP (Strategies with Kids, Information for Parents). She has an English and Psychology degree, 2 more children - that’s three girls aged 12, 8 and 2 and works as the Family Advisor for the Canterbury All Right? wellbeing marketing campaign and Ministry of Education facilitating Incredible Years parenting groups. Anna is passionate about parent-child relationships and the fundamentals of ‘play’.

Spaces are limited so please book through Dash Tickets.

Sponsored by All right? and Christchurch Methodist Mission.
Hosted by Youth Alive Trust.

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