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The Child Wellbeing Centre will be running another Secret Agent Society program for children in Term Three, 2018.
What Is Secret Agent Society?
Secret Agent Society is a small group program designed by an Australian clinical psychologist, Dr Renae Beaumont, to help children ages 9 to 12 to improve their social and emotional skills.
By the end of the 9-week small group program, the junior detectives graduate as secret agents. They would have learned the following skills:
- Recognise emotions in themselves and others
- Express feelings in appropriate ways
- Talk and play with others
- Solve friendship problems and
- Cope with change and deal with bullying
The program uses role play, home missions and a computer game to strengthen the skills learned in the group setting. Parents and schools are an integral part of the program and receive resources and support to help young agents practise their new skills.
For more information about the program please have a look at this website:
When will Secret Agent Society Run?
Club sessions are from July 28 until September 22, every Saturday 9-11am. Parent training session will be held July 21st.
How to register for the program?
To register interest, please contact our reception on 9274 7062.