Are you the parent of a child aged 7-12 who struggles with perfectionism?

Students who are also parents might be interested in this Flinders research study aimed at helping children aged 7-12 who struggle with perfectionism-related challenges.

Maya is a Research Assistant in the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work.

Maya and colleagues are running a research study aimed at helping children aged 7-12 to overcome perfectionism-related challenges.

If you are the parent of such a child, the study might be of interest to you 🙂

Details and flyer below


We invite you to participate in an important research study aimed at helping children aged 7 to 12 overcome perfectionism-related challenges and thrive in their pursuits.


Why Join Our Study?

Research You Can Trust: This study has been rigorously reviewed and approved by reputable institutions, including Flinders University, the South Australian Department for Education, the Association of Independent Schools of South Australia, and Catholic Education South Australia.

A valuable opportunity to support for your child if they:

  1. Feel distressed when they don’t excel in school or hobbies
  2. Set high goals that seem hard to reach
  3. Procrastinate and regret it later
  4. Dwell on mistakes


What We Offer:

Guided Parent-Delivered Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Our 6-week program comprises six modules designed for caregivers to work with their children.



  1. Help children pursue meaningful goals without excessive distress
  2. Empower children with new strategies for success
  3. Assist caregivers in recognizing and addressing perfectionism in themselves

By participating, you can make a positive impact on your child’s well-being and contribute to vital research.

If you’re interested or want more details, please see the attached flyer which includes additional details of the study or email . We’re here to answer your questions and support your child’s journey to a more fulfilling life.

Warm regards,

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