Speaker : Dr. Mary O'Kane
Self esteem is an innoculation against the challenges of life and can be defined as feeling both capable and loved. Children with strong self-esteem tend to enjoy interacting socially, enjoy group activities and feel confident to face the world. When faced with challenges they can work towards developing solutions.
In this talk, Dr. Mary O'Kane will give parents practical advice on how to support children's self esteem, confidence and resilience.
Dr. Mary O'Kane is a Lecturer in Psychology, Early Childhood Studies and Education. Her research interests include childhood transition; self-esteem and well-being and the value of play.
Date & Venue: Gorey Library, Tuesday 29th March 2019.
Bookings : This talk is part of the "Parenting Today" series that was organised by Wexford CYPSC and the Public Library Service. There is no fee and all are welcome to attend. However, in order to secure your place, please book in advance with the library. Also, if special supports are required for those attending, please inform library staff at the time of booking.