RAISING FUTURE-READY KIDS – MENTAL & EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE

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April 29, 2021

Zoom seminar

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RAISING FUTURE-READY KIDS – MENTAL & EMOTIONAL RESILIENCE

We live in an increasingly fast-paced and competitive world where the pressure to succeed academically and perform can leave our children feeling panic-stricken and overwhelmed.

Discover how you can help your child by understanding your child’s stressors, relishing the gift of failure and building psychological resilience.

Trainer Darren Tan is a trained counsellor, pastor, family therapist and human resource management expert. He is passionate about championing the family and is a regular speaker with Focus on the Family Singapore on topics of marriage, parenting, work-life, youth and sexuality.

This talk is most suitable for parents with children aged 10 and above. However, parents with children below 10 may sign up, too.

Date: April 29, 2021

Time: 8pm-9.15pm

Cost: Free

Click here to register (Registration closes April 22, 2021)

About the organiser:
This seminar is jointly organised by Christ Methodist Church’s Family Life Ministry and Focus on the Family Singapore.

From its inception in 1930 until today, Christ Methodist Church has been valiant in reaching out and serving the needs of the community. It is the church’s hope and prayer that all who come into contact with the church will individually experience the saving grace of Christ and accept Him as their personal Saviour.

Focus on the Family Singapore is a local charity dedicated to helping families thrive. Upholding the family unit as the basic building block of Singapore, they partner individuals and organisations to promote strong families through differentiated programmes, trusted resources, family counselling and content placement in various media. Their aim is to support the everyday family through life’s challenges and to build enduring healthy values, thus circumventing many of society’s social problems.

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