Because teenagers don’t come with an operating manual and the digital playground is complex.
Due to popular demand – I’ll be running a second series of the ‘Engaging Adolescents’ program (created by Australian psychologist and author, Michael Hawton).
The weekly, 90-minute Zoom sessions run over 4 weeks. The final session is dedicated to managing technology and screen-based media use issues.
Parents will gain a renewed sense of confidence about the role they can play in their teenagers’ lives, without conversations morphing into arguments.
+ DATES: 4 x 90-minute Zoom sessions held on Mondays on Apr 19, 26, May 3 and 10, 2021 at 7pm. Each session builds upon the previous.
+ BOOK NOW via Humanitix
+ LOGISTICS: All ticket holders will receive a Zoom link inviting you to the event. If you can’t attend the live event – you will receive a recording of the webinar to catch up on.
You will receive IN THE POST the 50-page workbook for the ‘Engaging Adolescents’ course plus resources on Digital Nutrition.
+ PRESENTER: Psychologist, teacher and parent, Jocelyn Brewer.
+ FEE: $89 (plus booking fees)
+ WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- Some common ground shared by parents & reasonable expectations to hold about adolescents
- New understandings of adolescence, teen brain development, and the role of technology in their lives
- A three-option model & flow chart for decision-making and communication around key issues and values
- Building a relationship with your teenager and making the best of your non-crisis conversations with them
- Skills for tough conversations, setting guidelines for handling those problems you just can’t ignore
- The principles of Digital Nutrition and how to apply these to create a family technology agreement (week 4).
>> FULL DETAILS AND BOOK TICKETS ➡️ HERE ⬅️ There are limited spaces available.
Please share it with your network of parents and local schools so parents across Australia can learn new ways to build positive relationships with young people (grounded in trust, not fear).
NB: At this stage the event is limited to Australian audiences.