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Boundaries, Technology and Parenting Seminar

Thursday 07 March 2024


Early Bird $50


Thu 07 March, 19:00-21:00


LifeZone Church, 7 Oak Lane, Judea, Tauranga 3110

Discover actionable strategies and understanding around the issues we face for modern parenting: boundaries, attachment, technology, and how our own upbringing can help or hinder our kids' development.

Elevate your parenting with practical tools designed for immediate application in both personal and professional realms. There are infinite ‘best ways’ to parent out there, let's get back to basics! Discover the fundamental keys to effective parenting!

Join us as acclaimed speaker Prof. Ian Lambie, drawing from years of in-depth research in clinical psychology and extensive experience working with parents and children, unveils essential insights that cut through the noise of endless parenting advice. With his wealth of expertise as a practitioner, researcher, supervisor, governmental advisor and Officer of The New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) for services to Youth Justice and Clinical Psychology, Prof. Ian Lambie will unravel the intricacies of parenting in today's dynamic landscape.

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to gain insights from a leading authority in psychology and take a proactive step towards enhancing parenting skills in today's ever-evolving world!

Upon registration, anticipate three thought-provoking self-reflective questions. These will pave the way for an engaging discussion in the second part of the seminar, guiding you or your clients on a transformative journey towards continuous parental growth.

About our distinguished speaker: Prof. Ian Lambie
Ian Lambie is Professor in Clinical Psychology at Waipapa Taumata Rau | University of Auckland. His research and teaching focuses on child and adolescent mental health, childhood trauma and youth justice, building on more than 30 years’ experience working with children and adolescents and their families. Ian Lambie was made an Honorary Fellow of the New Zealand Psychological Society for his services to psychology in New Zealand in 2018. As Science Advisor for the Justice Sector two days a week, Ian works across the Ministry of Justice, Department of Corrections and Police, as well as maintaining links with the broader social sector including Oranga Tamariki and Ministry of Health. In 2020, Ian was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to clinical psychology and youth justice. Find out more about Ian

Professor Ian Lambie shared a close friendship with the late visionary Leslie Peter Simmonds, co-founder of Life A Plenty Charitable Trust. This seminar stands as a tribute to his legacy. Every contribution from this event directly supports Life A Plenty Charitable Trust's mission: offering free therapeutic retreats exclusively for women seeking respite and effective tools for greater wellbeing.

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