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Sat, 01 May


Inspired, Wild & Free

Managing your Childs gaming! A workshop for parents.

Are you one of the 85% of parents worried about the length of time their children spend online? Our workshop is perfect for any parent who wants to find a better balance between gaming and real life and keep gaming fun and safe for your child and family.

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Managing your Childs gaming! A workshop for parents.
Managing your Childs gaming! A workshop for parents.

Time & Location

01 May 2021, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Inspired, Wild & Free, Level 1/335 Rocky Point Rd, Sans Souci NSW 2219, Australia

About the event

The school holidays have ended and the devices have seen a little more action, time to get our children back on track. Most kids are introduced to screen based gaming before they reach five-years-old. As parents we cannot expect our children to self-moderate or manage something that is designed to keep you engaged.

The 2 hour workshop will include:

· Understanding gaming.

· The science behind gaming - The brain, emotional and physiological.

· Find out if your child is addicted?

· Is it all negative and are we doomed?

· Taking Control.

· Preparing for change.

· Changing the behaviour.

The Coach:

As a mum, step-mum and wife, Katerina’s unique journey is a big testament to her strong devotion to the mental well-being of children and teenagers. Her mission is to reach as many children as she can and teach them the skills required to managing their mental health and essential life skills they can use now and take into adulthood.

Katerina is a qualified Robbins-Madanes Strategic Interventionist (SI) Coach, Certified Relaxed Kids Coach, has a Certificate in Child Psychology and a Diploma in Meditation. Her experience and training cements her passion for helping children and making change. She often says:

“I often wondered how different our lives would be if we invested in our mental health as much as our academic success in childhood!”

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