Pause for Awareness



Pause for Perspective is excited to announce our new series of workshops aimed at supporting people from all walks of life, to live more intentionally and skillfully. These workshops center around topics of interest, such as parenting, career, health, work, and relationships; as well as attempts towards understanding and destigmatizing mental health discourse in the public forum.

Powerful ways to improve communication with your children(20+)

With greater access to technology, huge numbers of followers and virtual friends, heightened awareness of sexuality, to rebelling tradition and questioning your rationale on marriage, career aspirations and education choices – today’s youth seem to have growing differences with their parents. What causes and widens this gap? How do we communicate in this fast paced time? What can we do to create more openness in our relationships and communication?

The second session of the public awareness workshop initiated by Pause for Perspective aims at sharing ideas and talking through some of these questions. Focus is on looking at adult children age groups (18-21), (22-25), (26-30) and their bonding between parents at each of these age groups. We look to identify what stance each of them take on various areas and identify opportunities to blend ways that could provide a more amicable solution to each of these parties.

The Workshops will be followed by a Question and Answer session, ensuring greater public participation and learning. The sessions will be open for all- Parents, teachers, working professionals, as well as the general public.

Who can attend this event: This workshop is primarily aimed at adults who interact with children frequently such as Parents, Guardians, and Teachers.

Where and When: 27th October, 2018 from 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm At the Pause for Perspective premises

Fee: ₹500/-
** To register contact us on 9490708947 or mail us at

Facilitator: Sridevi Mannava is a counselor, trained under Aarathi Selvan, working at Pause for Perspective. She worked as a student counselor at Secunderabad Public School and dealt with issues of exam anxiety, behavioural and learning concerns. Prior to this, she brings in 15 years of diverse corporate experience.

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