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If you're wondering what to do about your child's lack of self-esteem or depression and anxiety, you're in the right place. If you've been struggling to find something that works for your child, this workshop may be the missing puzzle piece you've been looking for.

Thriving Kids Parent Workshop shows you what is driving your child's lows, stress and overwhelm and gives you practical techniques you both can use to have their self-esteem and mental health improve.

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Watching your child struggle is hard but it's not your fault. Your child is growing rapidly, trying to make sense of the world and at times, experiencing intense emotions. Our children today are facing new challenges with their own phones, navigating healthy social media usage and cyber safety. Having a better understanding of what's lying under the surface of their everyday issues and knowing the tools to help them manage their thoughts and process their emotions is integral for their thriving self-esteem and improved mental health.

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For a long time our mental health system has primarily focused on cognitive-based therapies yet new research on trauma and the brain shows the distress of our children is in their bodies. This workshop introduces you to the science behind lacking resilience and mental illness and body-based strategies your child can use to feel comfortable in their own skin, manage their negative thoughts and process overwhelming emotions. 

 

"I totally resonated with your talk and gained further insight in to how words, pictures & feelings are so interconnected and the importance of looking at them objectively...huge piece of information. I can now see why the professional psychology help offered now needs to radically change." - Jodie Waters

My name is Bronte Spicer and I am a Teacher and Mindfulness Specialist. I teach staff, students, adults and children a body-based approach to processing their negative sense of self and painful memories to increase their resilience and self-esteem and improve their mental health. I bring my wisdom from twenty years of lived experience with mental illness, my professional career as a classroom teacher and further study in meditation, advanced mindfulness and nervous system resilience to this workshop. I am an award-winner author at Elephant Journal and author of celebrated collaboration More Than a Mum. My own book It's Okay to Cry, The Gentle Way to Dissolving Depression will be released in Mental Health Awareness Week in October 2021. Check out my podcast It's Okay to Cry to learn more or find me on social media.

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This workshop will be offered online soon.

If you would like to book this workshop for the parents of your school community please email Bronte Spicer at brontespicer@gmail.com or call 0478927896