Emotion Coaching for Everyone, for Mental Health

with Dr Justin Coulson


We are very excited to be able to bring a fabulous speaker to Adelaide: Dr Justin Coulson, at 6.45pm on Tuesday, October 10, for World Mental Health Day.

Many of you will recognise him from his Happy Families podcast and books, or from Channel 9’s TV program Parental Guidance

Justin holds a PhD in positive psychology

He will share some practical skills and techniques that can help us in all our relationships – it’s not just about parenting

Justin explains what his talk is about, in this video: vimeo.com/844764363?share=copy

On World Mental Health Day, we’d like to learn more about mental health in general, and how we can build resilience, through our everyday interactions with each other.  So this presentation is general in nature.  It’s not just for BPD – it’s for everyone

If you’ve ever wondered what to say or do, when your loved one is overwhelmed by ‘big emotions’, this talk is for you

At Sanctuary, we often talk about how helpful it is to validate emotions.  This talk will give you practical examples that are instantly relatable and easy to recall and use

Justin’s talk will be at The Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Rd, Kensington Park, South Australia

Book your ticket on-line here: trybooking.com/CKRPR

Robyn and the Committee



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