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Peaceful Family Communication Workshop

May 14, 2015 at 8:46 AM

You are invited to attend the popular workshop ‘Peaceful Family Communication’
This fun and friendly workshop* provides a set of easy-to-use and practical skills to all adults including parents, grandparents, teachers and caregivers.  See flyer attached:
 
Benefits for you:
  • Skilfully respond to unwanted behaviours, including bullying and tantrums
  • Increase your understanding with children, teenagers and other adults
  • Resolve conflict peacefully and successfully
  • Communicate more effectively with family & friends
  • Create stronger and more loving bonds
 
When: Wednesdays 27th May & 3rd, 10th, 17th
and 24th June 2015 
6.30pm – 9.00pm
 
Where: Mt Roskill Grammar School,
Frost Road, Mt Roskill
Koha: $20.00 (for the full course)
(Tea/Coffee provided)
 
Booking: Bookings essential, limited seats
Contact: Virin Gomber
Ph: (09) 373 2379, 021 1884969