A two-day workshop designed to boost mental wellbeing, confidence and resilience. Kids will explore their hopes and dreams, learn mindfulness and relaxation skills — all while having fun and making friends. Includes an excursion to Strike Bowling & Holey Moley!
Monday 12 & Tuesday 13 April | 9.30am – 3.30pm
Rossiter Pavilion, 16 Tuberose Road, Piara Waters
For children aged 8-12 years who have a friend or family member who is experiencing a mental health challenge.
Please bring a water bottle, enclosed shoes and comfortable clothing.
Free | Registration essential | Morning tea and lunch included
To give everyone in the community a fair chance, each child can enrol in a maximum of two workshops. Please note, registrations close one week prior to the start of our School Holiday Program, being Monday 5 April. To avoid disappointment, enrol your child(ren) as soon as possible by completing the form. You will receive a follow up call from a HelpingMinds team member to confirm registration and eligibility.
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HelpingMinds respectfully acknowledge that we work on Aboriginal land and pay our respects to community members and elders, past and present. Individuals pictured are models and are used for illustrative purposes only.