Conversation Starter Top Tips

With work from home and remote learning happening at the moment, a lot of families are spending extra time together. Over August, we posted conversation starter tips that we hope parents found useful to strike up a conversation with their child / children or teenager and connect on a deeper level.

A huge credit to our Provisional Psychologist on placement from Monash University Natalie Mizzi who put these wonderful posts together.

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