“Building Bridges with your Teen” looks at the developmental changes (social, emotional and cognitive) of adolescence and explores ways our parenting can shift to accommodate these changes. The parent-child relationship is a strong protective factor for youth during the teen years and our ability to keep the lines of communication open and the relationship strong are key to supporting youth in healthy decisions across a number of areas (from academics to friendships to substance use and more).
The workshops are interactive and lively, and parents regularly comment how useful they are in practical skills to reduce tension and support youth.
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