RESEARCH INDICATES THAT LIFE SKILLS WILL DETERMINE A CHILD'S SUCCESS
Today's kids have so many pressures and challenges to overcome and so parents need the parenting skills to help their kids navigate life safely and successfully. Some of the many difficulties children face are:
- Self Esteem issues
- Peer pressure around alcohol, drugs and sex
- Anxiety and depression
- Uncontrollable emotions
- Health problems like obesity
- and many more...
There is SO much parenting information out there! To make it easy for parents, I have done all of the hard work by drawing on the latest research into parenting and child development, and now I’ve brought it all together for you in a collection of targeted eboooks.
- Personal Power – self esteem and resilience
- Health and Wellbeing
- Communication Skills and Relationships
- Education, Career and Money
- Environment and Social Understanding
- Relaxation and Play
- Inspired Creativity
New Paradigm Parenting Masterclass
Presented by Soul Sessions on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (AEDT) Hayden Orpheum, Cremorne NSW
We all want the absolute best for our children, yet our parenting role doesn't come with a rule book. Most of us just bumble our way through using outdated habits passed down from our own parents and well-meaning tips from our mothers groups and friends. This 3 hour Masterclass created by five-time award winning educator Dr Rosina McAlpine is designed to change all that for the better. Based on the most up to date science, New Paradigm Parenting is a research-based and heart-centred approach to raising kids. Our promise is that the tools and stratgies you learn during this Masterclass will be practical and useful in real time family environments... even in those infuriating moments when you've reached your wits end. (We've all been there!) Be warned, however, that three hours with Dr Rosina may be all it takes to change the way you parent your child, forever. Children who don't feel good about themselves are more likely to succumb to peer pressure, be bullied, behave defensively and be insecure. Children who do feel good about who they are and believe in themselves are generally willing to try new things. They more readily pick themselves up and bounce back after challenging experiences. They don’t let setbacks get in their way of success. Join us March 18 for this illuminating masterclass in parenting so you can relax knowing you've got the latest findings in best practice parenting and your child's future is safe in your hands.