Helping Our Children Manage Big Feelings

Helping Our Children Manage Big Feelings

Our children’s big feelings can be exhausting and as parents and caregivers we are often left wondering how to manage these moments. This workshop will offer you the opportunity to discover skills to create a calmer home.  

Emotional regulation is not a skill we are born with. When our children display big feelings, it can feel overwhelming for the adults in their lives. Helping our children learn to self-regulate is an important, but at times tricky task. This workshop will examine how emotional self-regulation develops and how we can help our children acquire this crucial skill. 


  • Learn about connecting with your child’s feelings and emotions 
  • Create a calmer home with less shouting Learn about the zones of regulation  
  • Gain strategies to help your child self-regulate emotions 
  • Designed & delivered by a qualified expert. 
  • Relaxed & personalised setting where you can ask questions 


Evyn has a long history working in medical, defence, education, child development and family settings and for the past twenty years focussed extensively on parenting and fatherhood. During his eight years with WHWS he has co-facilitated Perinatal Anxiety and Depression workshops, offered Couple counselling and worked as a Circle of Security – Group Facilitator. 

Evyn’s personal mantra is ’To create safe, caring, respectful places for children to grow’. 


  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Social Work) 
  • Graduate Diploma in Human Rights (Curtin) 


WHEN: Tuesdays, March 28, 6pm-8pm

VENUE: Women’s Health & Wellbeing Services Group Room (Suite 7, Level 1 2232c Albany Hwy GOSNELLS WA)

COST: $35 Concession/$55 General