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Parenting Adolescents Darwin - October 2017

An Essential One Night Seminar for Parents, Grandparents & Carers of 10-18 year olds.

Find out how the teenage brain works so you can better respond.

This one night  seminar aims to inform you of the latest research and tips about your pre-teen and teenager. This will assist you to not merely survive each other, but thrive together as a parent-teenager team.

Topics covered include:

  • The ESSENCE of Adolescence (research by Dr Dan Siegel)
  • Developmental stages of the teenager
  • Why  they sleep so much of the time
  • Internet & social media usage and
  • Communication tips
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    Date: Wednesday 25 October

    Time: 6.00pm - 8.00pm

    Cost: $35 per person / $50 per couple

    Location: 5 Shepherd St Darwin

    Bookings are Essential. Call 8923 4999 or email rantreception@ra-nt.org.au

    All short courses provide general information and skills. Content may not be specific to each participants’ circumstances.

    Fees may be lowered in situations of considerable financial hardship.

     

    Feedback from previous course participants:

    Qu 'Did the facilitators seem prepared?' - all participants answered 'Absolutely!

    Qu 'Were the facilitators engaging?' - all participants answered 'Absolutely!

    Qu 'Was the content informative?' - all participants answered 'Absolutely!

    Participant comments:

    'Very clear, well paced, interactive, appropriate to audience'

    'Well paced, interesting, more help for problems, not all kids are the same.'

    'All the information was excellent and so useful!'

    'Great information and facilitation. I really enjoyed learning about the brain and development specifically.'

    'Too much time spent on brain changes and not enough on the strategies for dealing with teenagers. Brain issues only needed to be 20 mins and the rest devoted to strategies. Good use of activities and presentation style.'

     

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