“Helping your teen become confident and capable” is a free 1 hour 40-minute face-to-face session. In the session, Judith uses latest research and clinical experience to show positive and effective strategies parents can use to help their children become more confident and capable and help the family become more harmonious.
The session will help:
– assist parents ensure their child experiences fulfilling years at school;
– offer solutions to parents to help children cope better with the demands of school and schoolwork and encourage their child’s personal motivation;
– give parents strategies they can use to ensure their relationship with their child remains positive;
– help parents assist their child develop maturity and responsibility to do well in their life beyond school.
The College is offering two sessions – this session, Wednesday 26 April, is focused on Years Levels 6 – 10 and Thursday 27 April is focused on Early Learning – Year 5 students. Parents should not need to come to both sessions. Ideally attend the age group session of your eldest child or the one with whom you are having most current challenges. If your Year 5 child is mature for their age, then you should come to the older age session.
This session is for parents only and children will not be able to attend.
Dr Judith Locke is a registered clinical psychologist, former teacher, school counsellor and workplace trainer. She is the Director of Confident and Capable®, an organization specializing in delivering psychological training solutions for parents, children, teachers, and other employees. Judith also provides clinical assistance for families and individuals in her private practice in Toowong, Queensland.
Judith undertakes research investigating modern parenting, family wellbeing, and academic environments. Her psychological commentary features regularly in the media, including a weekly parenting column for The Sunday Mail. Judith is the author of the best-selling parenting book The Bonsai Child and the recently-released The Bonsai Student. She is a member of both The Australian Psychological Society (the APS) and the APS College of Clinical Psychologists.