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Taking Charge for Parents: Helping your teen to manage their emotions


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Mon 17 Feb 2020 - Mon 17 Feb 2020

6 pm - 7 pm

Location
The Kidman Centre Level 10 East Parkes Building.
Address
Prince of Wales Hospital (High Street entrance). Randwick

Developed by The Kidman Centre UTS, this event is part of a free 'Taking Charge workshop series designed to equip parents/caregivers and teens with practical, evidence-based psychological strategies to help them navigate a range of life's challenges.

Cost
This is a free event.
Bookings
Please book via the link below, or call or email Rie Matsuura on (02) 9514 4077 for more information.
Booking URL
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/taking-charge-for-parents-helping-your-teen-to-manage-their-emotions-using-cbt-techniques-tickets-81641163919
Email
kidmancentre@uts.edu.au
Website
https://www.uts.edu.au/research-and-teaching/our-research/kidman-centre
More Contact Information
More information about the 'Taking Charge' workshop series can be found at https://www.uts.edu.au/research-and-teaching/our-research/kidman-centre/what-we-do/taking-charge-workshops-parents-and

Are you a parent/caregiver of a teenager who is interested in helping them develop practical, evidence-based ways to manage upsetting emotions?

The beginning of the school year is the perfect time to learn more about some of the emotional challenges your teenager may be facing and to hear about practical strategies that may help them to manage these.

To help you to do this, The Kidman Centre UTS is offering a FREE one-hour workshop will be run by an experienced clinical psychologist.who will provide practical, evidence-based strategies,using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) techniques, and will cover the following topics:

Bookings are essential as numbers are limited.

Who is The Kidman Centre UTS? The Kidman Centre is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the understanding, prevention and reduction of mental health problems in young people aged 5 to 25, so that they can thrive through the formative years.

SUBMITTED EVENT
This event is a submitted event and is not run by Randwick City Council. It has been published as a community service. This information has not been checked or verified and Council does not take any responsibility for inaccuracies or missing information. Council encourages you to contact the event organiser to check details of the event and not rely solely on this information.

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