Please join us Friday evening at 7.30pm AEDT March 27th where Anne-Marie, co-founder of Rafiki Mwema and trauma therapist, will talk about the impacts of the current Covid-19 crisis on us and our children and how we can support them through this time.
These are unprecedented and scary times for us and our children. We must be mindful of the messages our young people are consuming, from us, their friends, the media and the deep effects this information can have on a young mind.
Being away from school might seem exciting to begin with, but it can soon turn to anxiety when our children realise they can’t see their friends, their birthday parties are cancelled and teenage hangouts can’t take place. Now more than ever is a time to nurture our children, practicing love and empathy, something we practice every day with our vulnerable children in Kenya and something we would like to share with you.
Register for our FREE live web event this Friday evening at 7.30pm via the form below.
As parents and carers, we are the stability our children need when the world around them is changing. Our communication is so important, as simple as rethinking how we respond to our child when they are anxious and worried. It’s not about reassuring them, it’s about accepting how they feel and validating those feelings.
As parents and carers, this will be an informative session to help us safeguard ours and children’s emotional futures.