Audience: Parents of Teenagers
Up to a 100 participants can log in.
Feeling overwhelmed, guilt-ridden and isolated as a parent of a teenager? There’s hope.
It’s tough to parent a teen in today’s world when they bury their heads in their dreaded cell phone, have many social distractions, lack coping skills, may have poor or inadequate school engagement or achievement, and have a rapidly growing brain. With a lack of communication skills and the ability to regulate their emotions well, conflict is almost certain. Also, teens are typically egocentric, though they lack self-awareness, so parents feel frustrated and hopeless about their teen reaching their full potential; add a pandemic to the list of challenges, and teens may completely withdraw or self-collapse.
With our changing world and emerging brain science comes a need to alter our attitude towards parenting our teen children. This presentation covers topics that will help parents understand teen behavior so they can connect with their teenager on a level they may have never experienced.
Using her unique lens as a seasoned high school educator turned therapist, who is also a parent of an older teen, Charle will ignite the compassion you once had for your teen child and set them on a path of least resistance so you can enjoy (yes) the space and time you share with them.
You will leave this presentation with meaningful strategies and ways to connect with your teenager. There will be a Q & A at the end, and you will be given simple, read-to-use materials.
By booking today, you are securing your date and time slot by paying a 50%. The remaining 50% is due at the start of the session.
If parents would like to attend a more intimate session of this presentation to meet more of their individual needs, they can sign up for the 4 Week Series with Charle HERE.
If parents would like more information about how to help their teen G.R.O.W. by learning about their brain function, they can sign up for The Teen Brain session here.