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Parental Burnout

This webinar, presented by Frances Bilbao (Clinical Psychologist and founder of Mums Matter Psychology), is appropriate for parents of children at any age.

When the daily stress of parenting becomes chronic it can turn into parental burnout. According to new research, this is an intense exhaustion that leads parents to feel detached from their children and unsure of their parenting abilities, distinct from other forms of burnout.

During this webinar you'll learn:
- What burnout is
- How burnout can show up in your life
- What’s putting you at risk
- Evidence-based skills to reduce your risk and start feeling better


You will receive unlimited access to this webinar to watch whenever you like as many times as you like.

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Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child

This webinar, presented by Frances Bilbao (Clinical Psychologist and founder of Mums Matter Psychology), is appropriate for parents of children between 2 years - teenage years. 

Emotion Coaching is based on Dr. John Gottman’s research on emotional intelligence.

Dr. John Gottman’s research has shown that Emotion Coached children:

  • Perform better academically

  • Have fewer behavioral problems

  • Have fewer infectious illnesses

  • Are more emotionally stable

  • Are more resilient

  • Can focus attention and motivate themselves


During this webinar you'll learn:

  • The importance of Emotional Intelligence

  • How to recognise, respond to, and validate what your child is feeling

  • How to be an effective Emotion Coach using the Five Steps of Emotion Coaching with kids of any age

  • Ways to express understanding and empathy

  • How to set limits and problem-solve with children


You will receive unlimited access to this webinar to watch whenever you like as many times as you like.

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Returning to Work

This 1.5 hour webinar is appropriate for women returning to work after maternity leave, and those looking to enter or re-skill after a period away from paid work.


In Australia, women often provide their services as primary caregiver to children, and household manager for their family. At some point, many women face decisions around the future of their working life and uncertainty about what it will mean for their family. Returning to work can often come with a range of emotional responses, including guilt and anticipation, as well as many practical problems to solve.


During this webinar you’ll learn:

  • How the experience of returning to work can differ between women

  • Ways to deal with changing emotions as you prepare to re-enter the workforce

  • How to foster positive experiences with your children through this period of change

  • Strategies to help you settle back into a work life balance with self-compassion and persistence


Presenter: Leah Zoszak (Psychologist and Organisational Psychology Registrar)

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Taming the Rage

There are many new emotions that can come up when baby arrives or in general with young kids - and one that we know can come up a lot is anger and its many forms: irritation, frustration, anger and rage. These can be challenging and distressing emotions to deal with, and can be directed at ourselves, our children, our families and our partners.

 

Often following anger comes guilt and sadness, which can also be really tough to deal with.

 

This frank, open and supportive workshop will explore why we feel these feelings, and give you practical strategies to deal with it during the day-to-day of parenting.


You will receive unlimited access to this webinar to watch whenever you like as many times as you like.