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Robin Grille, will talk about ‘Holding Family Space in a Time of Crisis’, followed by a Q&A.

A webcast fundraiser for UNICEF, to benefit children affected by COVID-19 in East Asia and the Pacific will be held Wednesday, April 15, from 9am.

Hosted by Mullumbimby-based organisation Luminous Youth, the webcast will showcase international author and speaker, Robin Grille, who will talk about ‘Holding Family Space in a Time of Crisis’, followed by a Q&A.

Organisers say, ‘Drawing from 30 years of clinical experience and from leading-edge neuropsychological research, Robin’s talk will focus on providing healthy emotional support for children during the current COVID-19 pandemic.’

‘Robin is an international speaker, psychologist and parenting educator. He has represented UNICEF in the UK and his articles on parenting and child development have been published and translated in Australia and around the world.

For more info, and to make your donation that gives you entry to the webcast, visit luminousyouth.com.


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