Parenting Teens

Join us for this four part workshop on the joys, struggles, and rewards of being a parent of an adolescent. These sessions are appropriate for parents or guardians of children in middle school through high school. Our intention is to provide current and useful information about teen development and parenting and promote parent reflection, and mutual support within the group.
(Come to all four or just one!)

Some topics requested by parents are:

�-� Parenting in the good ole days and now.
�-� Understanding the teenage brain
�-� Communication and Trust with Your Adolescent.
�-� Consequences, Boundaries and Limits.
�-� Values versus Mainstream – What My Friends Are Doing!?
�-� Talking with your Teenager about Drugs, Sex and the Media.
�-� Stay connected in the digital age.
�-� Teaching our kids to make decisions.
�-� Conflict with your adolescent: Choose your battles wisely!

There is No Charge for this workshop, but Pre-registration is required. Childcare will be provided with advance notice no later than Friday, January 11th. 

To register, or for questions call LIFRC – Alaya Battalia – @ 468-4117
Facilitated by Amy Ray, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Paul Lewis, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist