Raising Resilient Children
Virtual Workshop Details
|Saturday, 27 January 2024
|9.30 am - 11.30 am (Kuala Lumpur)
|Online via Zoom
|MYR 40 per registration
|Parents of children (9-16 years old)
Virtual Workshop Synopsis
1 in 4 teenagers feel depressed – with girls twice as likely than boys to feel so, according to the National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) 2022.
We live in an increasingly fast-paced and competitive society and the pressure to keep up with constant changes could leave our children feeling panic-stricken and overwhelmed. Find out what you can do to help your child manage their stress and emotions well.
At the end of the virtual workshop, you will be able to:
- Understand common stressors that children face
- Apply parenting principles to build your children’s resilience and confidence
- Apply techniques to help your children cope with stress
Meet Your Facilitator
Marriage & Parenting Manager, Focus on the Family Malaysia
Marie-Elena serves as a Marriage & Parenting Manager in Focus on the Family Malaysia (FOFM). She has a Master’s in Psychology and worked as a corporate trainer prior to joining FOFM. She speakes on various marriage, parenting, and family topics. She also has experience in soft skills training such as time management, stress management, and leadership skills. She has a passion to educate couples and parents on the important role the family plays in ensuuring a healthy and thriving society.
Agnes Chin serves in the No Apologies® team with Focus on the Family Malaysia speaking to teenagers and young adults both in local and private institutions while sharing the truth about life, love and sex.
She also brings her experiences as a parent to speak on sex and sexuality to parents who are keen to start the conversation with their children.
As a mother herself, she is passionate about bringing the message of hope to parents who are committed to live out their call to parenting.
Agnes is married and a mother to 4 children.
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