Why Do They Act That Way? Proven Strategies to Understand and Stay Connected To Your Teen
Enrichment - Adult / Family, Parenting & Teaching -
Adult Fall 2022
Parenting teenagers isn't easy. Parenting during a pandemic? Even harder.
The pandemic is especially difficult for teenagers, whose job is to gain independence and spend time with friends! Supporting teenagers and staying connected during this time is essential for their mental health and wellbeing. But this isn't easy! This self-paced online class delivers the latest insight about the adolescent brain along with practical parenting strategies that reduce power struggles and build connection between you and your teen (or soon-to-be-teen).
Best for parents of kids ages 8-18.
¿Por qué actúan así? Estrategias probadas para entender y mantenerse conectado con su hijo/a adolescente
Apoyar a su hijo/a y mantenerse conectado durante este tiempo es esencial para su salud mental y su bienestar. Ideal para padres de niños de 8 a 18 años.
Maxay tahay Sababta ay Sidaa ugu Dhaqmayaan? Istiraatiijiyadaha la Hubiyay ee ku saabsan Fahmidda iyo Ku xirnaanshaha Da’yarkaaga
Taageeridda iyo ku xirnaanshaha canuggaaga inta lagu jiro wakhtigaan waxay muhiim u tahay caafimaadkiisa maskaxda iyo badqabkiisa. Wuxuu ugu wanaagsan yahay waalidiinta haysata caruurta da’doodu tahay 8-18 sanno.
Erin Walsh, M.A. is a dynamic, knowledgeable speaker who has addressed a wide range of audiences on topics related to brain development and raising resilient young people in the digital age. Erin was instrumental to the development of the MediaWise movement and enjoyed working with her father, Dr. David Walsh, for 10 years at the National Institute on Media and the Family before creating Mind Positive Parenting together in 2010. In addition to her work with Mind Positive Parenting, Erin is a speaker with the Bolster Collaborative and teaches undergraduate students at the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs where she teaches a program called Making Media, Making Change.