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Ambassadors of Family Health & Wellbeing programme kicks off

By JT - Apr 10,2023 - Last updated at Apr 10,2023

AMMAN — Child anxiety, stress, self-esteem, values and identity were the focus of an interactive discussion between parents and Rania Sa’adi, a licensed rapid transformational therapist and clinical hypnotherapist with Family Flavours magazine, at The Children’s Museum Jordan (CMJ). “Today our teens and children are under a lot of stress and anxiety, beyond their years,” Sa’adi said citing social media, the internet, different family structures and the pandemic as being the major causes. It is thus crucial for parents to understand what children are going through in order to help them, she added.

Through the Ambassadors of Family Health & Wellbeing programme, a partnership between CMJ and Al Marji’ Publications, parents are given the opportunity to openly discuss the latest methods and find out more about research which aims to support and strengthen the health and well-being of the family by experts at Family Flavours’ and Nakahat ‘Ailiyeh magazines, according to a statement sent to The Jordan Times.  The programme consists of fourteen free monthly sessions with Family Flavours and Nakahat ‘Ailiyeh experts from various specialisations. Whilst parents attend these workshops, CMJ offers to supervise children under 6 years old at a nominal fee.

 

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