Tackling Anxiety and building Resilience in young people – Dr Michael Carr-Gregg

Screen Shot 2015-06-18 at 10.32.52 amAnxiety in children is a normal part of childhood development.

But it’s estimated that 8-22% of children experience anxiety more intensely and more often than other children, stopping them from getting the most out of life. In this presentation one of Australia’s leading child and adolescent psychologists will discuss what is normal anxiety and what is not, what are the common anxiety disorders and what parents and carers might do to build happy and resilient young people.

7pm to 9pm

Monday July 27th, 2015  

Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre

Cnr Bell St & St Georges Rd, Preston

$20 per person (at the door) NO EFTPOS  


7pm to 9pm

Wednesday August 12th, 2015

Our Lady of Sion College

1065 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill

$20 per person (at the door) NO EFTPOS  


Secure your place! 

Email rick@criticalagendas.com.au 

Include your NAMEDate attending and No. Tickets required.

Collect and pay for tickets on the night. 

Enquiries:  0433 616 771


About Dr Michael Carr-Gregg:

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg works as a nationally registered child and adolescent psychologist. He is passionate about delivering evidence based psychology workshops and seminars that make a difference to the health and wellbeing of young people. His training and approach incorporates cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness skills and interventions drawn from positive psychology research. He is a founding member of the National Centre Against Bullying and Chairs their Cybersafety Committee. In October 2010 – he was appointed the official advisor to the Queensland government on cybersafety. He is a Director of the The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, an Australian Government Initiative administered by the Department of Innovation,  Industry,  Science  and  Research. Michael Carr-Gregg  has  extensive experience in the media and is currently a regular on the top rating ‘Sunrise’ program on Channel 7 and on Melbourne radio 3AW and is a frequent contributor to the Australian Print media.


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