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23 July 2010

What are the 5 levels of communication that parents need to be aware of? How can we connect with our loved ones better? How do we engage our children on issues relating to relationship?

Following the successful conclusion of the 1st family life education workshop on the 5 love languages, we are pleased to bring you yet another workshop on the levels of communication in August 2010.

In this eye-opening and informative workshop, parents will be brought on a journey to discover the levels of communication and our trainer will follow up with insights on the impact of relationship issues as well as offer practical tips and examples so that parents can better manage their teens’ emotional wellness.

This workshop (worth $80 per pax) is free for volunteers and their family members. It is our way of saying thanks to our partners in caring who have been a wonderful blessing to our beneficiaries and The Salvation Army.

Limited seats available and participation in this workshop is by registration only. So REGISTER now.

Obtain more information and/or register through your Volunteer Coordinators today. You may also call James at Tel: 6555-0232 for more information.

Esther is a certified Family Life Educator from Edith Cowan University (Australia) with MCYS (Ministry of Community Development, Youth & Sports) sponsorship. She had completed a Strategic Management Programme at Harvard University and also holds a Honours Degree majoring in Psychology & Gov’t Administration at the NUSU (Nanyang & Singapore University).

Esther has much experience facilitating parents group. She is a much sought after speaker & trainer by schools , companies & organizations. She has regaled thousands with her practical and enriching insights into family life. Esther also made guest appearances on Channel 8 and on radio shows - FM 938 Live as well as www.flyhighradio.net. Esther & her family shared their story in the ‘Celebrating Family’-101 Love and Inspiring story by the National Family Council