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Sat, 12 Dec



Whose Problem is it?

Understanding problem ownership from toddlerhood to teens.

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Whose Problem is it?
Whose Problem is it?

Time & Location

12 Dec 2020, 9:00 am – 10:00 am SGT




It's hard to see your child struggle with something, and it's instinctual to want to help them.  A wonderful message you can give your child from an early age (other than I love you:.) is 'You are capable of solving your own problems.' Changing the lens in which we view our child's 'bad' behaviours and becoming curious as to who owns the problem during a moment of conflict can make space for problem solving and peaceful conflict resolution.

In this Webinar you will learn about:

- Understanding how we view certain behaviours from our children and how this informs our reaction.

- Identifying who owns a problem during a conflict

- How to overcome conflicts in the home peacefully whilst maintaining a strong and connected relationship.

This is a one hour Webinar that will include some time for questions and answers at the end.

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About your Faciliator

Stephanie Chalmers is a mother of two young children. She has always worked in the education as she strongly believes that education is the key to a better future for all. A trained High School and English as Foreign Language Teacher she has always been in the position of facilitating learning and it was no different when her children arrived. She is a qualified P.E.T instructor and keen to share the skills that P.E.T have brought her and family with other parents in Singapore.


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