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Calming Today’s Anxious Kids (Wollongong NSW) POSTPONED and SOLD OUT SORRY

Exploring Children’s Anxiety (Sorrento) SOLD OUT AND POSTPONED til 9th June. Ticketholders have been notified via email. 

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Taming the Stress Monster (Goulburn NSW)

January 27, 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Taming the Stress Monster in Adolescence
(suitable for teens 14+ as well as their parents/carers)

Today’s world is full of the immediacy of a busy life and it is impacting on our children and adolescents. This seminar for people who support adolescents explores the what, the why and most importantly the how of calming our children and especially our rapidly transforming adolescents. The bumpy ride to adulthood can be challenging at times. Maggie explores stress and ways for adolescents to understand and help each other to navigate big ugly feelings, ‘ANT’ attacks (automatic negative thoughts), failure and disappointment. She also explores great ways to calm and relax that will help the adolescents you work or live with to study better, think better and take the high road rather than the low road on the journey to being an adult.

Presented by: Goulburn Mulwaree Library

Venue: Goulburn Mulwaree Library, 184 Bourke St Goulburn NSW 2580

Date: Wednesday 27 January 2021

Time:  3pm – 4:30pm

Cost: Free

Booking Details: Please book online https://www.trybooking.com/BNKMB

*Bookings open 14/12/2020 and close 27/1/2021. Bookings are essential and can be made online through TryBooking, by calling on (02) 4823 4435, or in the Library.

Any additional info: Completing your HSC or moving into tertiary education can be a stressful time. Join Maggie Dent, an expert in life skills and advice for teens, as she talks through some of the skills and techniques young people and their families can use to maintain resilience and ‘tame the stress monster’ while studying. This seminar is aimed at senior students and their parents.


January 27
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm