Teen Parenting Workshop -
Moving from Authority to Guidance
Feb 16th, 2020
Jane's House at the end of the driveway
What We Do
Jane Martin, LCMHC brings you an understanding of the psychology of parenting teens. As children move into adulthood, their need for autonomy arises. How can you allow them to learn make their own decisions, while keeping them safe? How can you respond to their behaviors that unnerve you without creating a big fight? You don't want tension but you don't want to be a doormat either!
Come join us as we learn the art of parenting teens. We will play a teen parenting card game so you can practice with different scenarios. Be prepared to laugh.
While we are in this workshop the teens will be preparing a beneift dinner, silent auction and a show.
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The workshop will be led by Jane Martin, LCMHC, LPC, a psychotherapist specializing in adolescence.
Our discussion will include:
Understanding the need for autonomy
Dealing with disrespectful and destructive behaviors
Staying in close loving connection with your teen
Jane Martin in a panel discussion - The Psychology of Teen Wellbeing at the Princeton Learning Coop
This workshop is part of the Social Harmony curriculum for schools. To learn more about Social Harmony programs click here.