Jungmedizinerforum: Memory Development, Working with Parents, the Impact of the Arts, Sexuality and Identity, and Digital Competency.

Dear friends and colleagues,Please join us for an exciting weekend of training with Dr. Michaela Glöckler. In this July module, we will start with an open talk and a further session on the highly topical question of Digital Competence. Further, Dr. Glöckler will speak on the impact of the Arts and the topic of Sexuality and Identity. The Development of Memory will be the topic of another evening lecture.We have also invited Ann Swain to speak on sensory integration in relation to dyspraxia and dyslexia. Safeguarding at Steiner schools will be discussed with guest speakers, Adrian Dow and Carol Kirk.In between all the lectures and talks, we will have artistic input from John.Browning in team-building, Angela.Querido in singing, and Lucia.Baumann in Bothmer.We truly hope to inspire you. Join us on the journey of continuing professional development on the 19th to 21st July 2019 at Wynstones.For more info, please emailSchoolHealthProfessionals@gmail.com, thank you.We look forward to seeing you in July.Dr Hedda Joyce5th April 2019Open Talk: Digital Competency with Dr Michaela GlöcklerFriday 19th July, 7:30-9:00pm, at Wynstones School, GL4 0UF.CPD Training weekendat Wynstones SchoolSaturday 20th July 9.00am-8.30pm and Sunday 21st July 9.00am-5.30pmTraining fee £130, includes Saturday lunch and supper, Sunday lunch and refreshments.BOOKING FORM and PROGRAMME ↓ For a one-off Continuing Professional Development booking,click here, thank you.For the latest programme,click here, thank you.To see the full invitation including the introduction of contributors and the flyer, pleaseclick here, thank you.Interested in joining in the three-year-training of School Health Practitioners? info,click here to receive our training invitations

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://www.jungmedizinerforum.org/en/kalender/event/2019-07-19-memory-development-working-with-parents-the-impact-of-the-arts-sexuality-and-identity-2/