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No Scaredy Cats

8 Feb, 2021 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

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An event every week that begins at 9:30am on [day], repeating indefinitely

Join this FREE unmissable resilience program for kids

About this Event

Note: This course is open to residents of the following LGAs: City of Sydney; Bayside; Randwick; Woollahra; and Waverley.

No Scaredy Cats is a program for parents and carers of children aged 4 -12 years.

South Eastern Community Connect will be running the three week program at the following times. Lesson materials will be provided.

      • Monday 8th of February No Scaredy Cat Session 1 (9:30am to 11:30am)
      • Monday 15th of February No Scaredy Cat Session 2 (9:30am to 11:30am)
      • Monday 22nd of February No Scaredy Cat Session 3 (9:30am to 11:30am)

Bookings are essential and are for the entire 3 sessions.
Click this link to secure your free spot via bit.ly/SECCprograms

The No Scaredy Cats program promotes:

      • Anti-fragile thinking skills and resilience;
      • An understanding of how anxiety develops, and how to prevent it.

The benefits to you:

Theories and strategies discussed in this course are evidence-based, with research studies showing their effectiveness.

A FOCUS ON LOCUS OF CONTROL

Research studies over the last 20 years have shown the importance of Increasing Externality of Locus of Control.

Children who have a high external locus of control have higher rates of anxiety and depressive symptoms, and those that have a higher internal locus of control have a greater ability to manage adversity and stress.

Children can be supported to develop an internal locus of control with techniques for how to give children more control over their lives.

MANAGING ANXIETY

This workshop on anxiety is based on brain studies which focus on the role of the prefrontal middle cortex and the amygdala.
It allows parents and carers to understand where fear and anxiety originates, how children’s minds work; and how they can get control over different parts of their brains.
By understanding the role of the amygdala as the child’s protector, teachers and parents can help children to manage their emotional reactions to adverse events.
These sessions, run by Ruming Yang, will equip you to assist your child in managing everyday anxieties. You won’t want to miss this.

Organizer

South Eastern Community Connect
Phone:
0279030607
Email:
hubadmin@secc.sydney
Website:
www.secc.sydney

Venue

SECC Community Hub
1007 Botany Road
Mascot, NSW 2020 Australia
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