This is a FREE event for our families and the local community. Please RSVP below to reserve your place
Parenting can be tricky. As children move through their early formative years, there are moments as parents we might sometimes wish there had been an instruction book provided. We move forward with love and care, but sometimes it’s helpful to hear an expert talk about these beautiful and challenging years. Ian connects with families through his supportive and down to earth approach, discussing and giving his insights on practical strategies for concerns such as Responsible Parenting, Building Resilience in Children and Behaviour Management.
Ian was voted as most valuable seminar by Kindalin families in the 2017 parent survey.
Ian Wallace has been a part of the Kindalin family for over a decade. He has trained and inspired many of our staff and been an integral part of hundreds of families through his practice and seminars, and perhaps thousands of families through his books and presentations. Come along to this casual and informative night to hear about:
- Developing an understanding of children’s actions and behaviours
- Be empowered to deal with challenging moments and understand the motivations and reasons behind them
- Learn parenting strategies, techniques and tools and how to move forward with putting them in place
“I saw Ian speak last night at Kellyville Ridge and it was fantastic. I’d love to attend the seminar again.” – Andrew Nicholas Kindalin Parent
After the talk there will be an opportunity to ask Ian questions.
These events concluded in June 2019.
Ian Wallace is a Consultant Psychologist, with a wealth of experience working with children and their families. Ian connects with families through his supportive and down to earth approach. Ian is the Director at Forestway Psychology Centre in Sydney, and provides consulting services to Paediatricians, Psychiatrists, Doctors, Professionals and parents. Ian conducts seminars around Australia for television, radio, universities, professionals, schools and support groups.