Parenting to develop the brain of your child consciously and optimally

Presenter/s: Professor Pal Dhall, Dr Tehseen Dhall

Event type: Discussion group

Event date: Saturday, 1 September 2018 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

Event venue: Gadal Chambers (level 1), Woden (it is diagonally opposite Westfield Woden Plaza, entrance is close to the roundabout)

A new topic, following on from the conscious parenting session on 30 June 2018, organised by Integrated Cultures ACT Inc., Integrated Women’s Network and Radio Harmony. It is a standalone session and all are welcome to attend including previous participants.

Parents play a vital role in the lives of their children. They give them the foundations of self-identity, self-direction, motivation and purpose. Through parenting practices they develop their child's physical and mental health, emotional resilience, and intellectual capacity. However they are not often aware of the important factors that determine these various aspects of the child's personality as much of parenting is unconscious. This workshop will explore the daily dynamics in the family to identify some tools for optimally developing these key skills and particularly the brain of your child through good parenting practices.

Presenters of international repute: Professor Pal Dhall was a senior surgeon at the Canberra Hospital. Dr Tehseen Dhall worked as a research scholar in the area of medical science. They have been educators in human values and parenting for several decades. They have written more than twenty books on human values. They are Nationally Certified Trainers and Assessors. They have given talks, and presented seminars, workshops, conferences both nationally and internationally in many countries.

Cost:      Free (light refreshments will be served)



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