Next two GDST Talks events announced for March

Talks on ‘The Science of Motivation – Helping Your Children To Keep Going’ and  ‘Getting Your Daughter Through Puberty’ take place next month

The GDST Talks series continued this month with Nutritional therapist Marissa Carrarini, who spoke about healthy eating for sport, whilst YouTuber Charlotte Robertson advised parents on how to be a tech role model for their child. You may be interested in accessing recordings of the talks here.

We are delighted to announce the next two GDST Talks events in March.

On Thursday 4 March, Dr Nihara Krause will be talking about The Science of Motivation – Helping Your Children To Keep Going

With the cancellation of exams and the extended lockdown, many young people are experiencing a certain lethargy, a lack of desire to study, and a feeling of ‘what’s the point?’ Whilst we are all doing our best to ‘keep on keeping on’, it can be a challenge to maintain motivation and engagement. How can we help our children to focus on the future and to keep on going? Dr Nihara Krause is a highly experienced and award-winning Consultant Clinical Psychologist who specialises in adolescent and adult mental health. She has contributed to government discussion on mental health, is the founder of teenage mental health charity stem4 and has created four globally successful mental health apps. In this session, Dr Krause will be explaining the science behind motivation and sharing tips and advice to help parents support their children through the coming months.

This talk will take place on Thursday 4 March at 6pm via Zoom, and is suitable for parents with children in Years 7-13. To book your place, please click here

Our speaker on Thursday 18 March is Emma Gleadhill talking about Getting Your Daughter Through Puberty

Emma Gleadhill is an educator and specialist in child and adolescent development. With over 20 years of experience in education, including 6 years as Deputy Head, Emma’s work centres on relationships, mental health, wellbeing and the emotional aspects of parenting. She brings research-based insights into what drives human behaviour and family dynamics, and how small tweaks can make a big impact in our relationships with ourselves and with others. She will be sharing her experience and advice on how the different types of modern family can support their children through puberty with family relationships and wellbeing intact.

This talk will take place on Thursday 18 March at 6pm via Zoom, and is suitable for parents with children in Years 5-11. To book your place, click here

If you would like to find out more about GDST Talks events, there is information here, and as always, we welcome your feedback on the topics you’d be interested in seeing covered by future GDST Talks.



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