How to Help Your Child Make and Keep Friends

If you’ve ever heard your child complain, “Nobody likes me!” or “They won’t let me play!”, you know how painful it is for a child to feel friendless.

As parents, we can’t make friends for our children, but we can help them understand how to be a good friend and help them to develop the skills they need to connect with other kids.

In this important and engaging program, Sonja shares strategies for supporting your child’s social skills.

At How to Help Your Child Make and Keep Friends”, you will learn how to encourage your child to interact appropriately with others and how to support them when playground politics becomes hard to handle.

Who is this seminar for?

Mums, dads and carers of primary school aged children aged 5-12.

What can I expect from this event?

  • Information about how to help your child develop strong social skills.
  • Ideas for supporting your child’s ability to interact appropriately with peers.
  • Problem solving suggestions that can be used in the playground.
  • Advice about when to get your child’s teacher or other professionals involved.


“How to Help Your Child Make and Keep Friends” can be tailored for your audience and can be shared for any duration between 60 minutes and 3 hours, depending on your requirements.

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