Digital sessions will equip parents and teachers of primary school children with tools to bolster resilience and provide tips to help manage anxiety
March 14, 2023 – ISPCC and author and illustrator, Katie O’Donoghue are set to host a series of free webinars for parents and teachers that will provide them tools and tips to help bolster children’s resilience and manage anxiety. The first in the series which is primarily for parents, will take place on March 28th, 2023.
At ISPCC, we know what is worrying children and young people in Ireland; we know what is on their minds and we know how to support them. Through this series of bespoke webinars, parents and teachers will learn skills and strategies for children between five and 12 years of age who are feeling anxious and who would benefit from a boost in confidence to strengthen their resilience.
ISPCC parenting leads will be joined by author, illustrator and art psychotherapist Katie O’Donoghue, whose second book The Little Otter Who Tried has recently been published by Gill Books.
The Little Otter Who Tried is a beautifully illustrated book that aims to teach children valuable lessons about self-care, resilience and how to ask for help; vital lessons that will be covered throughout the webinar series. Participants will also gain a better understanding of resilience, as well as increased knowledge of coping skills to support children and a toolkit of resources.
Webinar details are:
Parents – Building Resilience
March 28th, 7-8pm
Parents – Managing Anxiety
April 25th, 7-8pm
May 9th, 3-3:30pm where both topics will be covered.
Participants who register will also be in with a chance to win a signed copy of The Little Otter Who Tried.
To register, follow this link: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/[email protected]184987285