Helping your sensitive child through COVID-19
Why they are sensitive and practical strategies to help them through isolation and beyond
Dr Judith Locke, a clinical psychologist and child wellbeing expert, delivers a 1-hour webinar for parents of children aged 3 to 10 to help their sensitive child cope with isolation and associated challenges of the times. Judith will discuss sensitivity in children, where it comes from and typical parenting approaches. Most importantly, she will offer practical strategies to help your child and your family thrive in these tricky times.
You will leave this one hour webinar with practical, insightful & helpful observations & recommendations which will help you now and better prepare the family for their sometimes tricky teen years.
Dr Judith Locke, the founder of Confident and Capable, is a clinical psychologist, and former school counsellor, teacher, and workplace trainer. Judith is the author of “The Bonsai Child” a book which details modern parenting changes and practical strategies to help children develop confidence and resilience.
Judith trains throughout Australia and internationally on topics related to parenting, education and personal wellbeing. She is also a Visiting Fellow at Queensland University of Technology where she researches parenting, child wellbeing, and academic environments, and she writes a weekly parenting column for News Corp.
Judith believes providing useful information to parents early on will ensure a long-term positive impact on children and families and assist students to achieve their potential.
Qualifications: PhD, M Psychol (Clin), BA (Hons), M Fine Arts, B Educ, Dip Tch MAPS