Treehouse: therapeutic program for primary-school aged children

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Is your child uncomfortable in social situations?

Does your child worry about making a mistake or being embarrassed in front of others?

Does your child sometimes sit alone at lunchtimes/avoid interacting with classmates?

Treehouse is a therapeutic program for primary-school aged children, who need some extra support with social skills, self-esteem, managing strong feelings and developing resilience.

By being creative and learning through play, children can develop their relationship skills in a non-confrontational way, while also allowing them to safely think about how they might cope with their own worries.

Only one child from each school is accepted into the program, providing space and opportunity for children to safely explore strong feelings.

Program details:

WHO: Grade 6 primary school aged children

DATES:
Tuesday 26th July
Tuesday 2nd August
Tuesday 9th August
Tuesday 16th August
Tuesday 23rd August
Tuesday 30th August
Tuesday 6th September

Please note: Participants are to attend all 7 sessions

TIME: 4:15pm – 5:45pm

WHERE: Nunawading Community Hub, 96-106 Springvale Road, Nunawading

COST: Free

~Limited places available~

Please note: Parent/carer involvement is scheduled at the end of each session from 5.30pm (Sibling-minding provided by facilitators)

To register your interest, please contact either Alana on 0427 264 813, or call Melanie on 0427 525 946, or via email at youthandfamilyvic@each.com.au.

This program is funded by the City of Whitehorse.

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