Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs in 2019 – what’s happening, what’s out there and how much influence do parents really have? Drug and alcohol expert, Paul Dillon will be speaking to parents at this exclusive ticketed event held in the Chapel of Christ the King - 7pm, Tuesday 9 April.
Paul Dillon is the Director and founder of Drug and Alcohol Research Training Australia (DARTA). He has been working in the area of drug education for the past 25 years.
Through DARTA, Paul has been contracted by many organisations to give regular updates on current drug trends. He works with many school communities across the country to ensure they have access to good quality information and best practice drug education.
In 2009, his best-selling book for parents was released titled Teenagers, Alcohol and Drugs. With a broad knowledge of a range of content areas, Paul regularly appears in the media and is regarded as a key social commentator, with interviews on television programmes such as Sunrise, TODAY and The Project. Paul also writes a blog where he discusses topical issues of the day, as well as addresses questions and queries he is regularly asked by those attending his presentations.
Limited tickets available. Tickets must be purchased online here.
This parenting seminar is proudly brought to you by St Peter's School Cambridge, Southwell School and St Paul's Collegiate School. All welcome.