Are you struggling to tackle difficult conversations such as sex and money as your child hits adolescence? The secret to keeping the parent-teen relationship strong during this trying period lies in the parents’ ability to guide them in making critical choices while reinforcing foundational pillars.
Join this workshop if you want to learn effective and creative strategies to engage your teenagers, including how to equip them with a strong sense of responsibility and balance limits, choices and consequences while giving them the needed space.
You will also hear timeless parenting principles backed by trusted research from parenting experts.
Date: 2, 9, 16 & 23 July (Tue)
Time: 7pm to 10pm
Venue: Focus on the Family Singapore, Family Life Training Rooms, 9 Bishan Place, #08-03 Junction 8 Officer Tower
Fee: S$120 (individual), S$180 (bring-your-spouse/friend)
Clement Ong is a Certified Coach with years of experience working with families, particularly with young parents and couples. He has a passion in helping couples build strong and healthy marriages and empowering parents to bring up strong and resilient children.
Clement holds a Master of Social Science in Professional Counselling from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. He is a career and executive coach and concurrently an Associate of the Centre of Fathering and a Counsellor at the Family Life Society.
He has two wonderful teenagers, Joel, 19, and Clarice, 17, with his wife of 21 years, Cheryl Lee. He believes in having family time, as the time spent will help to nurture and bond the family together. Clement also believes that there must be love and respect for each other in the family as a foundation for strong relationships.
Focus on the Family Singapore Limited is a local charity with Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status dedicated to helping families thrive by being a voice for Family. We partner individuals and organizations to nurture families at different life stages through transformational family life education, trusted resources, content placements and counseling.