Mirrors To Host Workshop To Assist Parents

January 12, 2016

The Mirrors Programme is getting set to host a free workshop designed to help motivate and empower adults to be more effective with their children and other youth in the community.

The Parent Workshop is an interactive programme which runs for two and a half days, with participants exploring “thought-provoking questions and concepts designed to help them develop a clearer outlook of what they can accomplish and how to make more powerful choices.”

The workshop will be held at Cedarbridge Academy and full attendance is required for the two and half days, which run on January 22nd, 23rd, and 24th; continental breakfast, light dinner, and lunch will be provided.

Mirrors Coordinator Kim Jackson said, “This workshop is one of the products offered in addition to the youth programme; parents and adults can definitely benefit from this programme.

“The programme offers new ideas on working effectively with young people, a renewed appreciation for self and what it means to be a parent and an overall sense of empowerment and confidence in producing improved results. We are pleased that the registration has been going well however we do have 15 participant registrations space left.

“I encourage all interested parents and adults who work with youth to sign-up today.”

For more information or to register, contact Jeanene Todd or Joanne Woods at 294-9291 or via email at jvtodd@gov.bm or jjwoods@gov.bm.

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