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From Endings to Beginnings – Helping your Child to Transition from Primary to Secondary School - Monday, 29 May @ 7.30pm
DATE: Monday, 29 May 2023
TIME: 7.30pm to 9pm

Change can be difficult in any circumstance. Even though the transition from primary to secondary is an anticipated transition there is still an impact on familiar roles, relationships and routines. Your child is moving from the familiar to the unfamiliar and how the transition changes the relationships, roles and routines can impact the emotional wellbeing of your child either positively or negatively.

This workshop aims to help you:
- Understand the impact of transitions and learn ways of empowering your child to make the change
- Respond to any feelings arising from the transition in a non-judgemental, child-centred, and playful way
- Learn strategies to facilitate and celebrate a conscious ending of Primary and a hopeful beginning to Secondary

Facilitator: Aideen Flynn, PG Dip Ed, MA, M-IAPTP

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May 29, 2023 07:30 PM in Dublin

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Aideen Flynn, PG Dip Ed, MA, M-IAPTP
Aideen has worked with children in educational settings for 20 years, specialising in S.E.N. and children with complex needs. She is a child and adolescent psychotherapist working in private practice in The Treasure Within, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy Clinic, Quin, Co. Clare. From here she empowers children, their families and teachers to work together to enable the struggling child be the best he or she can be.