Bunclody Vocational College

Parenting Today 2020

This presentation by Dr David Maloney will talk about some of the best ways to support teenagers on their academic journey.
06-November-20
Parenting Today 2020

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Parenting Today 2020:

Academic Procrastination: Solutions and Support for your Teenager who can’t Study

Presented by: Dr. David Maloney

Available from Thursday 19th November at 8.00pm on Wexford Library YouTube channel and all Wexford Library Facebook pages

Dr David Maloney is a Cognitive Psychologist and Psychotherapist. He has delivered talks on academic procrastination in secondary schools and universities across Ireland. In his private practice, David works with young people dealing with academic procrastination as well as related issues such as anxiety, depression, and motivation.

Dr David Maloney will talk about some of the best ways to support teens on their academic journey. He will discuss some of the most common issues that lead to lack of engagement with school work (academic procrastination). This talk focuses on helping teens to:

  • Set goals
  • Manage time
  • Overcome stress
  • Improve self-care

The talk also highlights the importance of building greater confidence and healthy self-esteem in our students. Questions submitted from parents will be addressed.

How does it work? The talk is scheduled to arrive online on all Wexford County Council Public Library Service Facebook pages and Wexford Libraries YouTube channel on Thursday 19th Nov at 8.00pm.

Send your questions for David to libraryhq@wexfordcoco.ie. Complete privacy is assured. Questions must be submitted by 5.00pm on Friday 13th Nov.

Background: Wexford County Council Public Library Service works in partnership with CYPSC (Children &Young People’s Services Committee) each year to deliver Parenting Today, an annual programme of free talks for parents and carers throughout Wexford County.

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