Katrina Rozga

Katrina Rozga is a staff therapist of the Jadis Blurton Family Development Center and graduated from the University of Calgary with a Master of Counselling in Educational Psychology.
Katrina Rozga is a staff therapist of the Jadis Blurton Family Development Center and graduated from the University of Calgary with a Master of Counselling in Educational Psychology.

Latest from Katrina Rozga

Spreading their wings or breaking the rules?

Three steps to help your teenager grow up

22 Feb 2019 - 3:57PM

Three steps to help your teenager grow up

Spreading their wings or breaking the rules?
The serious role of play

The playground: an important classroom for life’s skills

18 Dec 2018 - 2:56PM

The playground: an important classroom for life’s skills

The serious role of play
EdTalk | Do better sleep habits mean better grades at school?

The quality and quantity of sleep are vital to a growing, learning brain. When children go to bed, and when they wake up, are as important as how much sleep they get. A good routine, and good habits, are also vital to sleeping health

25 Sep 2018 - 10:02AM

The quality and quantity of sleep are vital to a growing, learning brain. When children go to bed, and when they wake up, are as important as how much sleep they get. A good routine, and good habits, are also vital to sleeping health

Do better sleep habits mean better grades at school?
EdTalk | How soft skills smooth the way to career and life success

Rather than fret about exam passes, test scores and paper qualifications, parents should put more emphasis on nurturing the social and emotional qualities that are equally vital in helping their children to achieve, both at work and in their personal lives

7 Sep 2018 - 10:00AM

Rather than fret about exam passes, test scores and paper qualifications, parents should put more emphasis on nurturing the social and emotional qualities that are equally vital in helping their children to achieve, both at work and in their personal lives

How soft skills smooth the way to career and life success
EdTalk | Let children learn through experiencing natural consequences

Research shows that such experiences make good teachers

2 May 2018 - 4:54PM

Research shows that such experiences make good teachers

Let children learn through experiencing natural consequences
Volunteering is the gift that keeps on giving to students’ CVs
Volunteering is the gift that keeps on giving to students’ CVs

Volunteering repays every kindness with new experiences, a more interesting résumé and a happier, healthier life

28 Feb 2018 - 2:17PM

Volunteering repays every kindness with new experiences, a more interesting résumé and a happier, healthier life

Volunteering is the gift that keeps on giving to students’ CVs