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SEEN: MASTERING CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH IN THE DIGITAL AGE

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BEING SEEN is a global initiative that provides tools to empower parents, educators, clinicians, and policy-makers to promote children's mental health, digital literacy, and wellness in the digital age.

There is an urgent need for a collective effort to reshape how society, tech companies, parents, educators, clinicians, and policymakers prioritise and protect our youngest users in the digital age and ensure that children are SEEN by healthy adults more than by screens.

Here's something you can do to empower yourself to protect our children's mental health and navigate the digital age.

Join us! Launch of "SEEN": Empowering People with Tools to Protect and Promote Children's Mental Health and  Safer Digital Lives.

The forum will feature leading experts:

  • Sam Jockel, CEO of Parent TV and producer of the SEEN documentary, helps parents have the tools to be the parents they want to be.
  • Melanie Pilling, Weekend Editor of the Courier Mail and The Sunday Mail, will discuss the origins and stories of the “Let Them Be Kids” campaign and effecting change at the policy and government level.
  • Professor Selena Bartlett, Neuroscientist and Author of BEING SEEN, will discuss how parents and educators can protect children’s mental health for their life.

We are at a critical point and coming together around the importance of children's mental health is essential. If you are feeling helpless and struggling with what to do to keep your kids or students safe online, know you are not alone—many people are suffering in silence- there are many simple things we can do to empower ourselves to protect our children. Join us in this mission and participate in the movement towards a safer digital future for all of us and, most importantly, our children.

Look forward to seeing you on August 8th 2024 at 6pm for a 6.30pm start until 8pm.

Attendees will receive a free audiobook of "BEING SEEN: Master Parenting in the Digital Age."

Excellent food options are available in the Southbank area near the venue. Please note that we will only be able to provide very light refreshments at the forum. This forum is not suitable for children, tweens, and teens.

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