This Monday, Dr Bruce Robinson talks about the importance of family meetings.
Family meetings are a great way for families to work as a team and check-in with how everyone is coping each week. As the COVID situation continues, it is to be expected that you and your children will experience a wide range of different thoughts and feelings.
Heightened emotions and being confined to our homes, can also result in stress and sometimes extra conflict. The family meeting can create a sense of routine and fun for your family, while at the same time, give you the chance to check-in on how everyone is coping, emotionally, physically and socially.
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