Online Parent Supportive Mastermind Launched
The Play Healing Parenting MasterMind
Melksham, Wiltshire – October, 2019 – Immediate Release
Play Healing, a parenting organisation based in the South West of England is launching a series of insightful MasterMind courses this October aimed at parents who want to safe guard the emotional well-being of their children and develop more effective parenting skills.
For the founder of Play Healing, Debi John, there has never been a more crucial time for parents to get to grips with the most challenging aspects of family life. Debi is an experienced Therapeutic Play Practitioner, family coach, qualified teacher, wife and musician, and a busy mum of two teenagers.
“One of the the main challenges facing parents today is the increased presence of technology in the home.” Says Debi. “Devices, such as mobile phones and tablet computers do have their uses, yet for some children they can have a huge impact on behaviour, sleeping patterns, educational achievement and well-being.”
The MasterMind courses, which draw on the latest neuroscience, will seek to equip parents by addressing some of the following key topics:
1) Looking at digital trends and research behind screen-time and its effect on the brain.
2) Learning practical, playful ways of connecting deeply with our children, incorporating Play Therapy techniques and evidence based work.
3) Finding your balance with screen-time and gaming in the family home.
4) Family framework – building a framework that works for you that will last.
Debi added “The mastermind helps to explain how and why it’s important to disconnect from tech to reconnect with your children through PLAY.”
Debi’s YouTube video ‘Introducing the TechBox’ and how it can be used in the home has received significant praise and well over 500 views.
Debi John, founder
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