Auto-pilot parenting is a risky strategy

Parents of children aged 10 – 24 are facing challenging times so a morning learning about all the latest research and understanding about what is going on in their heads might be good. It will not only make you feel better but also help you deal with any seemingly odd, challenging, won’t-put-phone-down behaviour in the best and least desperate way. It will also save you and them thousands by averting the need for counselling sessions later on after you have said and done completely the wrong thing.

Course leaders Janey Downshire and Naella Grew feel the latest information should be available to all parents, which is why they run courses and have written a book called Teenagers Translated. The day-long course covers the digital age and social, emotional and moral consequences of typical teenage activities (off and on-line), behaviour and moods in light of current research and thinking.  You then learn the strategies which offer the right sort of support. Wednesday 4th March, 9.15 – 4pm with tea, coffee, snacks provided, £99 at The Tabernacle, to book click this link …  teenagerstranslated

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