M I N I - L E C T U R E   S E R I E S

Next Mini-Lecture:  No more for this year.


"Going home"

Presented by a panel of experts

Friday 20th April 2018


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Going Home - The Child's Perspective
A panel of experts will offer some advice on preparing your children, your family and yourself for repatriating. Presented by a panel of Experts
Going Home-The Child's Perspective.pdf
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Going Home - ADKAR A model for managing change
A panel of experts will offer some advice on preparing your children, your family and yourself for repatriating.
Going Home - KW.pdf
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Staying Connected Through the Change - Presented by a panel of Experts
A panel of experts will offer some advice on preparing your children, your family and yourself for repatriating.
Staying Connected Through the Change.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 3.9 MB

fixed & growth mindsets

Presented by Mark Wilson

Friday 23rd March 2018


 

Please find below the presentation used by Mark Wilson during this interactive session, which introduced us to the benefits of adopting a growth mindset. 

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Fixed v Growth Mindsets presentation by Mark Wilson 03 23 2018
Fixed v Growth Mindsets ppt M Wilson 032
Microsoft Power Point Presentation 6.8 MB

A r c h i v e s

Gimme Some Space

Presented by Jennifer Mahon, Phd.

Thursday November the 12th 2015


A big thank you to Psychologist, Jennifer Mahon for a captivating talk, 'Give Me Some Space' - advice to parents of teenagers on learning how to feel connected to your teen, and what to do when your child craves privacy.

 

Below are Jennifer's talk notes, if you would like to go over the points she covered, and details of the parenting workshops she runs.

 

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Gimme Some Space talk notes
Jennifer has kindly shared her talk notes with us if you would like to refresh your memory.
Gimmesomespacebrief.pdf
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Details of parenting workshops
Learn how to make life with kids easier and more satisfying. Join a parenting workshop with Dr Jennifer Mahon
Houston HTT flyer.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 266.6 KB

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