Raising Boys - facilitated screening, June 20

23 March 2017

June in Australia is the month to celebrate and applaud our wonderful Australian men – the husbands, fathers, dads, brothers, uncles, friends, mentors and colleagues who work hard to support their families, children and mates, and do a fantastic job.

International Men’s Health Week (12-18 June) provides a platform to focus on the health needs of men and to encourage a healthier lifestyle, including undertaking regular physical activity and eating nutritious food.

It is also important opportunity to focus on wellbeing and raising our children. In particular raising boys; in this contemporary world, it is not always easy.

We are delighted to host a facilitated screening of Steve Biddulph’s talk based on his best-seller Raising Boys. Brian Mier from Eagle Health Resources with host the event.

‘Raising sons to be kind, caring, confident and purposeful is getting easier. Here we share new ideas for people who loved the ideas in the book...’

Steve is one of the world’s best known parent educators. A psychologist for 25 years, he is now retired but continues to write and teach. His books, including The Secret of Happy Children, Raising Boys, The New Manhood and now Raising Girls, are in four million homes and 31 languages.

Steve has influenced the way we look at childhood and especially the development of boys and men.

Steve was voted Father of the Year in 2000 for his work encouraging the role of fathers, and is honorary Adjunct Professor in the School of Psychology and Counselling at Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne. He has two grown up children, and lives in Tasmania with his wife and co-author Shaaron, and assorted wombats.

Event details:
Tuesday, 20 June, 5.30pm-7.30pm
AMREP Lecture Theatre
75 Commercial Road, Melbourne
Parking available at The Alfred Centre Car Park (http://bit.ly/2nTqtjQ
Public transport should be considered – Tram 72, Stop 26 Alfred Hospital/Commercial Road.

Places are limited.

Bookings free but essential via https://raising-boys.eventbrite.com.au

Steve Biddulph