Written by: Melissa Juzva

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.

About the author
Melissa Juzva
Melissa is an Educational & Developmental Psychologist and Board Approved Supervisor. Melissa’s career as a psychologist has involved work in all sectors of education in Victoria and as such she believes it is imperative to work closely with schools to assist them in supporting the young people she works with.
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