Treehouse: therapeutic program for primary-school aged children


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.

Program details:

WHO: Grade 2/3s

DATES: Tuesdays – 21st April – 9th June 2020 (8-week program)

TIME: 4:00pm – 5.30pm each day

Parent/carer involvement is at the end of each session from 5.15pm-5.30pm (sibling care will be provided during this time)

WHERE: 14 Silver Grv, Nunawading

COST: Free (afternoon tea provided)

Please note: Children and parent/s are required to attend a pre-group interview scheduled on either:
Tuesday, 24th March (appts b/w 1-5pm)
Wednesday, 25th March (appts b/w 9-10am)
Thursday, 26th March (appts b/w 1-4pm)
Located at 10 Silver Grv, Nunawading (for GPS use ‘10 Oval Way Nunawading’)

~Limited places available~

Please note: only one child is accepted into the program from each school.

To register your interest please contact Alana on 8878 3805 or email:

This program is funded by the City of Whitehorse.

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