Does your child sometimes struggle with friendships? Would you like your child to learn how to effectively ask for something or negotiate properly? Or does your child need some help in learning how to stand up for him/herself in social situations?
Join us on February 10 at 20:00 for an informal get-together to talk about these issues!
Jet Sichterman, Child Psychologist and founder of Expat Child Psychology talks about the importance of learning social skills for expat children (ages 6 – 12) and provides information on how you can support your children’s learning process. There will be opportunity for questions to be asked and answered.
The talk will be followed by an introduction of Social Skills 4 Kids, an English-speaking group course for children who may need some extra support in learning the rules of social engagement. The course is being offered to children ages 7-9 and 10-12.
Joining the presentation is free of charge. Please send us a note letting us know you are planning to attend.
For more information or contact Jet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 10 February 2016
Location: Sweelinckplein 11, The Hague
Jet Sichterman supports the social and emotional needs of expat children & their families. Within her practice, Expat Child Psychology, she offers individual sessions, parent consultations, and Social Skills 4 Kids group courses.