Turning Tides Camp – bookings open

Turning Tides Camp

Turning Tides Camp aims to bring together young people (between 13-17 years old) and their parents/guardians/carers to share their experiences and build connection, respect and understanding. Reach facilitators will create safe and brave spaces to practice empathy for both the young people and their parent/guardian/carer in order for them to get to know each other as people, outside of their role as parent/guardian/carer or child. Please note that this camp is not only for parents of a young person, but also for anyone that has a caring role in their lives.

As with all Reach programs, Turning Tides Camp has a carefully considered purpose and objectives. It is designed to meet the following outcomes for both young people and their parents/carers:

– Enhance personal self-awareness, self-efficacy and confidence.
– Develop a heightened appreciation and acceptance of difference.
– Develop or increase awareness of their impact and influence on others.
– Establish meaningful connections, awareness, and respect between young people and their parents/carers.

Meeting at The Reach Foundation offices (152-156 Wellington Street, Collingwood VIC 3066) at 5pm on 21 June. Coming back to the offices on Sunday 23 June at 4pm.

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