Would you like to expand your awareness and understanding of emotional resilience as a parent to support your child?
How about helping your child to manage the difficult emotions they experience?
What truly makes people happy?
Participants discovered new insights by attending this interactive workshop and learned useful strategies drawn from years of research to support their children's emotional development.
- Discover the 5 key elements of wellbeing and happiness
- Learn how to engage positivity with your child to develop an emotionally resilient approach to adversity
- Learn an effective process to help your child manage difficult emotions
Sarah is a forward-thinking consultant, trainer and coach with a keen understanding of emotional intelligence and Third Culture Kids. Her work builds seamlessly on her background as a primary teacher and as head of a comprehensive personal, social and health education curriculum at Tanglin Trust Junior School in Singapore.
Sarah is an experienced and accomplished moderator of training courses and workshops for parents and educators. She’s a passionate advocate of ‘learning for life’, believing everyone should be constantly seeking to refresh and update their skillset, both to increase their confidence and to improve their professional and interpersonal skills. Her goal always is to make learning meaningful and impactful. Thanks to the skills gained from her doctorate in education, Sarah constantly draws upon current and relevant research to inform best practice in her training.
Target audience: Junior School parents. However the same concepts are applicable to Middle school parents as well. This workshop is open to anyone who would like to attend from any schools.
Instructor: Sarah Whyte
When: Tuesday 26 September 2017, 8.30am - 10.30am
Where: UWCSEA East Campus, Conference Room 3