Teenagers, read all about them

book-cover-sScientists think teenagers are a uniquely human phenomenon, possibly because of the time needed to create the complex brain. If you want to find out more about your child and learn about the best support and understanding you can give, sign up for  Teenagers Translated, a series of workshops about children from 10 to 18 that has been running successfully at the Tabernacle for a few years now. It is really excellent and the next two-morning workshop is on 5th and 10th June.  www.teenagerstranslated Not only do they run courses about teenagers, but organisers and qualified counsellors Janey Downshire and Naella Grew have written a book based on the workshops. It is described as a book to dip in and out of as issues pop up and it ‘translates current research in psychology and brain science into practical strategies for parents’ with sections on The Teenage Emotional Rollercoaster and Understanding the More Challenging Teenage Behaviours, Habits and Pastimes.It will be published on 8th May for £11.99, from www.amazon.co.uk

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