Our Workshops

For counsellors, allied professionals, parents and teachers
Workshop 1

The Relativeness of Adults’ ‘Everyday Behaviour’ Towards Their Children

 

3 sessions 10 am – 2pm

Who should do this workshop?
Suitable for parents and guardians.

Course Outline

  • Raising children primarily the right way
  • Four parenting models and finding your parenting approach
  • Parenting and building relationship skills and eliminating tantrums and tears
  • Discipline, the art of communicating with toddlers, school aged and adolescents.
  • The consistent parent,
    • Parents who are, consistent and fair with their discipline (imparting knowledge of the expected behavior in their specific society).
    • who openly communicate and offer explanations to their children,
    • who do not neglect the needs of their children in some way
  • Allowing toddlers and children to become independent
  • Social, emotional and resilience
  • Developmental milestones 0-18 and beyond
  • The immature brain
  • The child and learning examples
  • Values, respect, and culture
Workshop 2

Understanding Elders and Avoiding Elders Abuse

 

4 sessions 10 am – 2pm

Who should do this workshop?
Suitable for Professional Development or any one that has an elder parent / grandparent.

Course Outline

  • How to walk with an elder
  • The elder and their independence
  • Elder stress and causes
  • Administration
  • Accommodation
  • Health and Safety
  • Aged Care Packages and Plans
Workshop 3

Cyber Bullying

 

3 sessions

Who should do this workshop?
Professionals (PD), parents and teachers.

Course Outline

  • What is Cyber bullying – adults and children?
  • What can we do to stop Cyber bullying?
  • Why do others use cyber bullying tactics?
  • What can I do to stop being cyber bullied?
Workshop 4

Mindfulness for Children – Asperger and Anxiety

 

1 intro session, 1 prac with follow up 

Who should do this workshop?
Professionals (PD), parents and teachers.

Course Outline

  • What is mindfulness exactly?

Still Have Questions?

phone: 0447 262 130 | email: deborah@pdcentre.com