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Improving Parent-Child Communication During the COVID-19 Pandemic Seminar

 

Effective communication is critical for establishing and maintaining healthy relationships. Children learn how to communicate by observing how their parents or caregivers communicate. With the closure of schools and business operations in several sectors, parents and children are now forced to stay at home and would, therefore, be interfacing with each other more than usual.

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Requirements

  • Genuine committment to improve parent-child communication
  • You must be a parent/ guardian

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What you’ll learn

You will be equipped with effective strategies for communicating with children, families can create a quality of connection where everyone’s needs matter and where mutual respect guides every interaction between members of the household. This can have a positive impact on the child’s self-esteem and active listening skills since it can reduce interpersonal conflict, feelings of being unimportant or misunderstood.

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