A webinar for parents to learn early intervention strategies around mental health and youth suicide

Suicide Prevention & Mental Health
Saturday, 9 October 2021

10 AM - 12 PM
Rate: $30^ (U.P. $65)

^ This webinar is supported by Musim Mas BlueStar* fund, administered by The Majurity Trust.

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Be Your Young Teen's First Line of Defence

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Do you know if your child has entertained thoughts of suicide?

As parents, we can be a safe space for our children to learn through mistakes, and express their emotions when life gets overwhelming.

But what if they begin to withdraw and keep to themselves instead? What other tools do we have to restore the connection and ensure their wellbeing?

Learn how to be a pillar of strength in your child's life in times of need.

Led by family life trainers and parents of a teenager, Gary and Joanna Koh have had their share of personal encounters with suicide.

Through their respective “previous lives” as the head of a school's counselling department for students aged 13-18 and a psychiatric case manager, they share valuable professional and, more importantly, candid parenting lessons for preventing suicide early.

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RAISING FUTURE-READY KIDS

Suicide Prevention & Mental Health

You Are Your Child's Best Protection

Through this interactive webinar, you will learn how to:

Differentiate signs of anxiety and depression from teenage angst

Know what to do if your child has mental health challenges

About Our Trainers, Gary and Joanna Koh

Here are what some participants said

"I will be more sensitive to what is happening within my child and understand his actual needs."

"I am more confident in making fruitful conversation with my boys."

"We get along very well with our children. Yet I realised I must engage my children on a deeper level so that they know we accept them and keep communication lines open. Then we can better support them."

"I've learnt to engage in casual talk before critical talk, and work on knowing how my children like to be loved."

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The skills learnt in MER and SPMH build on each other

  • Go upstream in Mental & Emotional Resilience to instill joy and build resilience in your child through the ups and downs in life
  • Learn strategies in Suicide Prevention & Mental Health to be a pillar of strength in your child's times of need

Register for both webinars and enjoy the bundled rate of $50 (U.P. $130)!

Mental & Emotional Resilience
(MER)
Saturday, 4 September 2021

  • Learn to nurture your child's psychological resilience to better manage stress
  • Be empowered to guide your child towards a positive and healthy attitude foe learning and living
  • Support your child in managing negative emotions
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Suicide Prevention & Mental Health
(SPMH)
Saturday, 9 October 2021

  • Be equipped to have open dialogues on anxiety and depression with your child, so you can be the first and last line of defence for your child's mental health and wellbeing
  • Recognise signs of anxiety, depression and mental health challenges
ENJOY THE BUNDLED RATE OF $50