EVENT: TRYING TO CHANGE YOUR TEENS? TRY CHANGING YOUR BELIEF SYSTEM
SPEAKER: Alice Lee-Tok
DATE: 6 Apr
TIME: 7:30 - 9:30pm
VENUE: ALBY Events
111 North Bridge Road, Peninsula Plaza #05-09 (City Hall MRT)
(Parking available at Capitol Piazza. $3 per entry after 6pm)
FEE: $10 (includes $5 voucher)
Parenting teens these days is no longer the same as our parents’ days.
As much as parents want the best for their teens, they often find it a challenge how they could help their teens to be the ‘BEST’ that they could be. Unfortunately, this often gives rise to many misunderstandings and unhappiness between parents and teens.
This talk seeks to help parents to understand teens’ stage of development; examine parents’ expectations;i nfluencing factors and belief system.
When parents are able to understand and come to term with these, parents will be more realistic and confident in building relationships with their teens in the teenage years.
Alice is the author of a parenting book titled, ‘Building Bridges with your Teenagers’.
Alice is also a Family Education consultant and trainer with more than 15 years of experience in education and counseling, specializing in children and families. She has an Advance Diploma in Early Childhood Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Children & Family Education from Edith Cowan University and Masters in Counseling with the University of South Australia.
Alice is a family counselor and family life resource speaker. Alice is also a certified behaviour analyst.
Over the years, Alice has vast experience in conducting interactive talks/ workshops/ training for singles, women, couples, parents, volunteers/ befrienders, social workers and teachers in various settings, such as childcare centres, parents' support groups, churches, family service centres, government agencies, Social Service organisation, schools, corporate organisations, drug rehabilitation centre, prisons, WINGS, the Family Court, China, Thailand and Malaysia.
Alice is very passionate about work-life balance, and helping / counseling children and families in personal developmental issues and family-related cases such as parenting and marital issues.