On Tuesday 27 July 2021, Dr Justin Coulson visited the College for a special event, thanks to our Parents & Friends Association.
Titled "Love, Limits & Laughter", this event with Dr Justin Coulson was engaging and
informative with many laughs, appreciative applause and our community left more
positive & better off as parents. This was a unique event and a fantastic opportunity to get to know others and gain tools needed to create happier families.
Justin touched on the following themes:
Love - get the nurturing right & this will ease stresses.
Limits - talking about life post-Covid, reduction in activities & the need
for boundaries around devices etc.
Laughter - having more fun as a family.
He also spoke about:
• Positive Parenting
• The effects COVID-19 has had on the family unit (feelings of disjointedness & isolation for parents & students.)
It was a greatly beneficial presentation for our community and we appreciate Dr Coulson's time and sharing his expertise.We appreciate our P&F for making this possible - look out for future events.
About Dr Justin Coulson:
Dr Justin Coulson writes and speaks about parenting and family – because nothing matters more.
Struggling with his own family relationships, Justin returned to full time study in his late twenties where he earned first class honours and a subsequent PhD in Psychology so that he could learn how to be a better husband and father. Now the focus of his life is his family AND helping other families flourish – in that order.
Justin has written 6 books, and is a four-time bestselling author. He is an occasional columnist for the New York Times and appears regularly in all of Australia's major news outlets for television, radio, and print. He's a TEDx speaker and has worked with many of Australia's biggest brands including the Commonwealth Bank, Intel Security, ANZ, IHG, Club Med and many, many more. He has also served as a consultant to the Australian Government's Raising Children Network, and the Office of the e-Safety Commissioner, Life Education and others.
Justin lives with his wife and their six daughters in Brisbane, Queensland.