Raising Happy and Resilient Young People - Renaissance College

5 Hang Ming Street
Monday, 03 September 2018
Raising Happy and Resilient Young People - Renaissance College
Monday, 03 September 2018 18:30 - 20:00 (Hong Kong Time)

Renaissance College
Performing Arts Centre
5 Hang Ming Street
Ma On Shan
Hong Kong

SEATS ARE FILLING UP FAST, PLEASE REGISTER ASAP! 

Parent Session by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

Adolescence is a time of big social changes, emotional changes and changes in relationships. A recent survey conducted by the Hong Kong Playground Association last month, asked 3,177 young people, aged six to 24, showed that 31.6 per cent of participants suffered from mild to extremely severe stress, while 38.7 per cent had moderate to extreme anxiety. This presentation focuses on prevention and on what modern psychological science says parents can do to build happy and resilient young people.

Presented by Australia's highest profile child and adolescent psychologist, Dr Michael Carr-Gregg this entertaining and informative session will equip parents with the skills, knowledge and evidence based strategies to help young people successfully tackle the developmental tasks of adolescence and to put in place the protective factors that reduced the chances of them developing any of the high prevalence disorders.


Speaker:

   


Dr Michael Carr-Gregg is one of Australia's highest profile psychologists working in all form of media. He works at Corporate and Personal Consulting in Melbourne as well as at Innowell – a collaboration between PWC and the University of Sydney. He is a columnist for Huffington Post Australia, Pacific Publications' Girlfriend Magazine, as well as a regular columnist for Lights Out. He has worked in the area of health psychology, bullying, parenting adolescents and adolescent mental health. Michael  is the resident parenting expert on Ch 7's Sunrise and psychologist for Channel 9's Today Extra as well as the top rating Morning Show with Neil Mitchell on Fairfax Radio 3AW.


Date:          Monday, 3 September 2018

Time:          6:30pm - 8:00pm
                      

Venue:      Renaissance College
   Performing Arts Centre
   5 Hang Ming Street, Ma On Shan
   New Territories, Hong Kong

Fee:            HK$200 per person

Direction:  http://www.rchk.edu.hk/contact-us/


** Seats are limited. Please register before Friday, 31 August 2018.

*** Parking is not available at the school campus

This one-day workshop aims to build whole school well-being and prevent mental ill-health and equip teachers at the ESF schools with the ability to identify the students at risk better using four evidence-based paradigms, case studies and the key clinical signs and symptoms of the high prevalence disorders.
This one-day workshop aims to build whole school well-being and prevent mental ill-health and equip teachers at the ESF schools with the ability to identify the students at risk better using four evidence-based paradigms, case studies and the key clinical signs and symptoms of the high prevalence disorders.
This one-day workshop aims to build whole school well-being and prevent mental ill-health and equip teachers at the ESF schools with the ability to identify the students at risk better using four evidence-based paradigms, case studies and the key clinical signs and symptoms of the high prevalence disorders.
 

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