Strong Families: The Teen Brain

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Information Session, Strong Families

Parkland School Division is proud to partner with Alberta Parenting For The Future to present another FREE information session for local families.

In our upcoming Strong Families session, Parkland School Division’s own Meghan Cox will teach parents about the changes their children's brains go through when they reach puberty, and how brain development may account for some teens' irrational behaviour. Parents will also learn how to help their teens through this turbulent time and emerge with the skills they need to take on adulthood.

Date: Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Location: Online Zoom Webinar / Discussion Group
Presenter: Meghan Cox, Parkland School Division High School Counsellor

When it comes to your teen's antics, ever wonder what were they thinking? We often feel that teens “should know better”. This informative session will give insight into how the teenage brain develops, and what we now know about brain development in general. We will also discuss ways to help your teen through these trying times, working together to build the skills they'll need to last a lifetime.

Please register early to reserve your spot by visiting https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/what-were-they-thinking-the-teen-brain-registration-272229193847

For more information, please contact:
Vicky Mamczasz
Family Supports Facilitator
Email: vicky.mamczasz@psd.ca

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