Covid-19 | Training Update. Please be aware before booking, we are committed to continuing with our training courses but we are naturally cautious about hosting gatherings of people therefore all training course will be delivered via webinar until further notice.
Parenting a troubled child can be a very stressful experience. There is an overwhelming need to understand what is going on for your child, and most importantly, how to support them in the best ways possible. Whilst there are no ‘magic answers’, often knowing a little more about the difficulty your child is facing, and exploring different strategies to support them can be incredibly helpful.
Parent Seminar: Getting your child settled to learn
Many children don’t feel able to settle to learn at school. Difficulties can vary – from school refusal, to learning struggles to behaviour problems and more. This parent seminar will help you to understand the needs of your child in those moments of stress; and will explore a range of strategies and ideas about how to improve the home/school relationship; and how support your child’s learning.
This seminar is suitable for all (ages 18+). Parents do not need to attend every session, please book on to the individual seminars that are of interest to you. Refreshments are provided. Please bring a packed lunch if your seminar is during lunch time.
Please be aware that we are not able to offer clinical advice about individual children during this training workshop
In this Parent Seminar Series, a Clinical Psychologist or an Educational Psychologist will walk you through how to understand the difficulty; and how to support your child in ways that can create change and hope. These are very much ‘how to’ seminars – you will leave with some practical strategies that you can try the moment you get home!
Kate Levy is an Educational Psychologist and offers a unique perspective which involves facilitating a shared understanding of the child’s social, emotional and educational needs across a range of complex environments at school and home. Kate views her role as an advocate for the child and specialises in working with traumatised children.
I find myself asking questions and getting really involved, it really is a breath of fresh air.
I love the seminars at Beacon House they are so open and friendly.
Please note that lunch will not be provided.
Courses are refundable up to 30 days prior to the date of the course. Any cancellation with less than 30 days notice are NON-REFUNDABLE. You may send a substitute delegate providing s/he meets the course criteria. We reserve the right to cancel the course date, in this case we will notify you by email as early as possible, and advise you of an alternative date or provide you with a full refund. In the event of a course cancellation under 7 days’ notice, a new course date or refund will be organised for you. Under no circumstances are Beacon House are liable for any travel expenses, childcare, potential loss of income or any associated costs.