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Toolbox Talks for Mums and Dads

Building confidence & connections between Inner West parents and pre-schoolers

Today’s parents, more than ever, need the tools to develop healthy patterns of interaction, attachment and connection with their children as kids in a digital age spend less time in family activities. Find out how you can nurture and maintain the bonds that matter with Lyn Worsley, from The Resilience Centre.

  • Saturday, 19 October

  • 9am (for 9.30am start) to 12pm

  • St Thomas’ Church

  • 668 Darling St, Rozelle

  • $30 per family

The price includes the toolbox talk, morning tea & childcare for 1-5 year olds (care must be pre-booked when purchasing tickets).


MC – Kimberley Soekov

Local mum & managing director at Press Productions formerly at Network Ten, BBC World and China’s CGTN

Opening skit

Christiaan Van Vuuren and Adele Vuko- the writers and stars of the new web-series Over and Out!

Toolbox Talk – Lyn Worsley

Lyn is a Clinical Psychologist and Registered Nurse and Director of The Resilience Centre, Epping. Lyn is also author of “The Resilience Doughnut Book – The Secret of Strong Kids” and “The Resilience Doughnut Book – The Secret of Strong Adults”.

For details or to register click here or contact Wendy Coleman 0414 062 466 | wendy@darlingst.org.au Places are limited so book now!

Darling Street Young Families

Sunday Mornings, 8:45am to 9:45am at St Thomas’

We meet weekly during School Terms, to talk about parenting. Each week we chat about a book however, there is no pressure to read the book, just come along and enjoy the conversations. We will provide copies of the current books we are discussing.

There is an amazing team of qualified volunteers who hang out with the kids, who are close by and can join us at any time if they need to.

Do you want to raise happy, healthy, confident, secure children?

All parents feel lost at times about what their child might need from them. Imagine what it might feel like if you were able to make sense of what your child was really asking from you. Circle of Security is a weekly program that will provide you with a richer understanding of your child’s emotional world by:

·       Learning to read your child’s emotional needs

·       Supporting your child’s ability to successfully manage emotions

·       Enhancing the development of your child’s self-esteem

·       Honouring your innate wisdom and desire for your child to be secure.

We run Circle of Security regularly throughout the year. If you would like to know when the next session is running, please complete this form or contact Wendy Coleman 0414 062 466 or wendy@darlingst.org.au.