We are holding a wellness session for parents to help them adapt to the recent changes to living and learning due to COVID-19.
Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, we are all facing challenges that we could never have anticipated. With this in mind, there has never been a more important time to take steps to support the mindset and wellness of yourself, and that of the young people in your life.
Murdoch University will be holding an online Parent Wellness session considering these challenges aiming to discuss parent and student well-being, helpful tips and tricks during these challenges, admission pathways then concluding with a Q&A session with our Murdoch panel.
At our Parent Wellness Session, we’ll look to discuss:
- The concept of resilience and the steps that you can take to build your capacity to effectively copy with adversity.
- How to recognise and challenge common negative thinking patterns.
- Self-care, in particular what actions can be taken to support yourself, and the young people in your life.
- Tips on how to cope with uncertainty and to cultivate self-compassion.
Our Team will then speak about existing pathways, as well as the recently introduced Yr12 Uni Entry Safety Net, as a pathway to Murdoch available to current Year 12s. In understanding that the current times present unique challenges to this cohort, this new pathway looks to ensure high school leavers are not disadvantaged by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
5.00 - 5.35pm: Mindset and Wellbeing Session
5.35 – 6.00pm: Admission Pathways
6.00 - 6.30pm: Q&A Session