Active Parenting of Teens
Date: July 29-September 9, 2019
Location: Melrose Library
Raising teenagers in today's world can be one of the most challenging, yet rewarding experiences faced by parents. Research has shown that parents of teenagers can have a strong, positive influence in preventing their children from destructive behaviors and in assisting them in developing into healthy adults.
Active Parenting of TEENS is a 6 session workshop that allows parents to come together and enhance the skills needed to help teens successfully transition into well-adjusted adulthood.
The major topics of discussion in these workshop sessions include:
Solving problems through effective communication
Insight into today's teen issues and culture
Talking, listening & communicating WITH your teen
Building character: cooperation, courage, mutual respect, decision making and self-esteem
Direction with discipline
Light snacks & drinks provided. No childcare provided.
Minimum class size is 7 people. If fewer than 7 people have registered within a week of start date, you will be contacted to reschedule for class at a later date.
To register for this workshop series or for more information contact:
Janis Carpenter at (540) 982-1427 Ext. 170 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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