7.45pm at The Saint James Centre, Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross, SL9 7DJ
Rising levels of anxiety, depression and poor mental wellbeing in our children and young people, made worse by the impact a global pandemic, are causing many parents to feel overwhelmed. But there’s good news! You, as parents, have incredible power to help build emotional resilience and wellbeing in your children’s lives.
Join us with Katharine Hill for this special evening as she unpacks the challenges and pressures facing children today, including the pressures of the digital age, and shares practical tools to help you to build resilience and care well for your children’s mental wellbeing from toddlerhood to teenage years and beyond.
Katharine Hill is UK Director at Care for the Family, a national charity that aims to promote family life and help those who face family difficulties. She is married to Richard and they have four grown-up children and four grandchildren.
Katharine speaks and writes widely on family issues. As an established speaker she has addressed thousands of people across the UK on marriage and parenting issues. She is the author of several books, including the If you forget everything else remember this books – Parenting in the Primary Years and Marriage, The Really Really Busy Person’s Books (on Marriage & Parenting), the popular Left to their own Devices – Confident Parenting in a World of Screens and her new book A Mind of Their Own: Building Your Child’s Emotional Wellbeing In a Post-Pandemic World.
She draws on her personal and professional knowledge in writing articles for newspapers and magazines, as well as in national and local broadcast interviews.
Katharine leads on Care for the Family’s policy agenda representing the organisation at government level as a member of a government advisory group on family issues, as well as being a previous board member of the International Commission on Couple and Family Relations.