[UPDATED] Parent Education Series – Virtual Session 1: Topic, Mental Health, September 24

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    On Wednesday, September 24, we held our first session of our new Virtual Parenting Education Series. Guest speaker, Tony Louw from Learning Strategies, presented tips and strategies for self-care.

    If you missed the presentation from Tony Louw, you can view the slideshow here: Presentation from Tony Louw

    We will be updating this post with the recording from the session, as soon as it is available.

    Learning Strategies has supported children, adolescents, families, schools, and medical facilities in Ho Chi Minh City for nearly 15 years. Tony and his team have extensive experience in mental health crisis prevention and management.

    More on Our Virtual Parent Education Series

    We are grateful for the continued engagement that our parent community shows for the efforts we are making to ensure that you are well-informed and feel supported.

    This year, as we are not permitted to host our families on campus, we have developed a virtual Parent Education series to replace our coffee mornings.

    The virtual Parent Education series will be hosted via Zoom. The sessions will give parents the opportunity to learn about a variety of topics, such as our programs and how to better support children at home, from experts inside and outside of SSIS. Parents will also be invited to ask questions during the sessions. 

    The themes for our first semester of the virtual Parent Education Series are:

    1. Mental health
    2. Assessment in school 
    3. Student wellness

    [UPDATED] Session 1: Topic – Mental Health, “Psychological Well-Being,” September 24, 9:00 – 10:00 am

    Presentation from Tony Louw

    The first session in the virtual Parent Education series was held on Thursday, September 24, from 9:00 – 10:00 am. It featured guest speaker, Tony Louw, Managing Director, and experienced mental health practitioner, from Learning Strategies.

    Learning Strategies has supported children, adolescents, families, schools, and medical facilities in Ho Chi Minh City for nearly 15 years. Tony and his team have extensive experience in mental health crisis prevention and management.