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Workshops and Seminars for Parents in Singapore | February 1-15, 2020

Workshops and Seminars for Parents in Singapore

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Your family events shouldn’t just be for your children but for you as parents too! Engage in these workshops and seminars for parents to foster healthy and effective parenting practices both for you and your children.

Parent Effectiveness Training | February 2, 2020

Parent Effectiveness Training

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Whether you’re already a parent of three or more kids or a first-time parent, parenting can still prove to be a tricky thing. Training sessions like the P.E.T or Parent Effectiveness Training are available for you to avail of to kickstart your journey as a parent. The P.E.T. will teach you communication skills such as active listening in order for you to understand what your kid wants and needs much better and more effectively. Additionally, you will also know how to read and understand their emotions, actions, and why they might have felt and done them. 

Not only is the admission to this training FREE, but you will also receive free goodie bags worth $30! Register now to get a slot – they’re running out fast! 

Register here

Goldbell Towers, 47 Scotts Road, #02-01A, Singapore 228233

Date and Time
February 2 | 2.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Admission is FREE.

Playful Parenting Workshops | February 8, 2020

Playful Parenting Workshop

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When you’re handling kids, especially those really young and active ones, we’re sure you know how difficult it is to keep up with their high level of energy. The Playful Parenting Workshop can help you with that! With this workshop, you will get to learn techniques in play that are simple yet practical! These will help you connect and bond with the kids better through the way they know best – play! 

This workshop will be spearheaded by Dreamkids, an unconventional preschool that aims to build the human spirit and values in children not just through knowledge acquisition but through a practical application as well. They strongly believe in the power of play and its positive effects on children and adults alike. So this workshop isn’t just for your kids, but it can be for you too!

Reserve a slot in the Playful Parenting Workshop through the link below:

46 East Coast Road, #01-03, East Gate, Singapore 428766

Date and Time
February 8 | 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.


Kids & Families, Age 7-12 years old | February 9, 2020

Kids & Families

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This is a programme by Mindful Space that has eight sessions of exercises and play for you and your child. It’s not too late to join in on the session this upcoming February 9! They aim to teach the following: 

  • how to self-regulate when things don’t go your way
  • how to deal with overstimulation & stay calm
  • how to boost confidence & self-esteem
  • how to improve interpersonal & social skills
  • how to take courage to try new things & be spontaneous
  • how to communicate positively
  • how to cultivate gratitude, compassion & empathy
  • how to be resilient when faced with challenges
  • how to practice mindfulness

Mindful Space is the first parent and child physical platform in Singapore that curates and hosts programmes and workshops for the family. They also have courses and classes that tackle daily wellness, bonding and learning, and more, all of which are handled by certified professionals.

Register here

Mindful Space, 10 Winstedt Road, Block A, 02-02, Singapore 227977

Date and Time
February 9 | 10.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.


Happy In My Skin – For parents and everyone who works with children | February 15, 2020

Happy In My Skin

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Times have and are continually changing, which makes it difficult for parents in the older generations to relate with their kids. Especially in sensitive topics such as sexuality, it has become increasingly difficult to really connect with the youth. With Happy In My Skin (Parents’ version), you will get to be equipped with the appropriate mindset and methods in how to approach the topic of gender identity and sexuality with your children.  

Here are some questions you might have asked before that this event will tackle!

  • Why is the younger generation increasingly uncomfortable/confused about their gender? 
  • Are there really more genders than just being male and female?
  • What is “gender dysphoria”?
  • How can I teach my child about gender & gender identity?
  • How do children become comfortable with the sex they are born with? 
  • Why do I need to be the primary educator of gender issues to my child?
  • Come and learn how to guide your child in thinking about and navigating gender identity

Register here

55, Waterloo Street, Level 3, Singapore 187954

Date and Time
February 15 | 9.00 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.


SG Family Law seminar – Separation/Divorce/Children/Hague/Maintenance/Assets | February 5, 2020

SG Family Law Seminar

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As seen in the title, this Singapore Family Law Seminar will cover topics regarding legal procedures, laws, and other concerns that a parent and family might have in Singapore. There will be a Q&A portion at the end of each topic discussed so listen and prepare any concerns you may have! The topics include:

  • Marital Breakdown Procedure in Singapore
  • Family Violence – Reporting, Protection Orders & Support Available
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Options
  • Visa Considerations

These subject matters may sound too daunting and scary for most people as these aren’t things anyone should take lightly – which is exactly why we must talk about it and listen. Even though your family might not be experiencing these things, it would be more beneficial than harmful to have additional knowledge on topics that can potentially help other families too. 

Register here

The American Club, 10 Claymore Hill, Singapore 229573

Date and Time
February 5 | 7.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

Admission is FREE.

Register now and reserve those slots to get a headstart in your journey to practising effective parenting! 

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