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Reflective Parenting
In this webinar, parents will learn practical ways to help their family thrive emotionally and socially. We will present helpful tips to strengthen their relationship with their child and how to become a reflective parent.
Our Parenting session is a 30-minute webinar for parents who are wanting to learn how to better connect with their child and understand their emotional world. We will discuss the most effective discipline strategies whilst debunking the common myths around parenting. We will provide insight into the relationship between parenting and brain development and provide practical solutions to everyday parenting challenges. At the end of this webinar, you will have increased knowledge in effective discipline, a greater understanding of the importance of parent-child connections and most important, how to be a reflective parent.

Can't make the live session? You can catch up on the recorded webinar at your convenience.

May 19, 2021 01:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Stephanie Ferraro
Psychologist @Solution Psychology
Stephanie is a psychologist and mother of two. She has a Master of Psychology (Educational and Developmental) from the University of Melbourne. Stephanie has experience working with children, adolescents and young people from diverse backgrounds in both schools and private practice. She has particular interest in working with those who experience anxiety, depression, low confidence, social challenges, behavioural issues and learning difficulties. Stephanie is client-centred in her approach and works predominately from a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy framework. Stephanie believes a collaborative approach to therapy is imperative to achieve optimal emotional, mental, social and educational outcomes for her clients and therefore involves parents/caregivers, school personnel and allied health professionals.