ADHD Events in Sydney
Each month ADHD Support Australia brings you an expert in an ADHD-related field to empower you with the information you need on your ADHD journey.
All speaker evenings at our major sponsor Pittwater RSL are $15 plus booking fee.
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Ian Wallace – Dealing with Difficult Children with Co-existing Disorders
October 22 @ 6:45 pm-8:45 pmA$20.00
Speaker Evening: Ian Wallace, Psychologist
Dealing with Difficult Children with Co-existing Disorders
In this talk Ian will look at how to deal with difficult children who may have a variety of co-existing disorders or issues when normal behaviour management fails.
Ian Wallace is a Consultant Psychologist, with a wealth of experience working with families and kids.
With his supportive and no-nonsense approach, Ian highlights practical strategies for issues such as Practical Management of ADHD, Responsible Parenting, Building Resilient Kids, Dealing with Defiant Behaviour, Bullying, etc.
Ian speaks to thousands of people each year, providing practical and down to earth suggestions.
Ian conducts seminars around Australia for television, radio, universities, professionals, schools and support groups.
Ian is the Director/Psychologist at Forestway Psychology Centre (Sydney), where he works to support children and families. He has provided consultant services for many years to Paediatricians, Psychiatrists, Doctors, Professionals and parents in different cities.
His book, “You and Your ADHD Child” (now in its 12th reprint) has become the practical handbook for Australian families and schools dealing with the everyday problems ADHD kids have. He also co-authored the popular book “Coping With School”.
Ian is a regular guest on “Mornings” on Channel 9 and was the Resident Psychologist on “Mornings with Kerri-Anne” for ten years. Ian is still making guest media appearances such as on 9 News, 7 News and ACA shows.
Ian writes regularly for Practical Parenting Magazine, ASG, KidsLife.com.au, etc.
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