Live Interactive Class

Help Your Tweens and Teens Thrive and Strive, But Not Too Much: Let’s Talk about How Culture and Parenting Style Impacts Your Kids (MIT OEOP)

February 25, 2023 10:00 am EDT/EST
Depression in teens

About This Class

Post-pandemic parenting has made life a lot more confusing. Young people are more anxious and depressed than ever before. And sometimes the signs can be easy to miss. You want to support your child to succeed, but also don’t want them worrying and stressed about school or friends. 

This session will be a conversation among OEOP parents and Peace At Home professionals from diverse cultural backgrounds. You’ll have a chance to express your concerns and get some perspective on how your parenting style may impact your child. You’ll hear from other parents and from our experts on what helps kids do well and be well without undue stress. 

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Describe parenting practices that influenced you as a child and how those affect your parenting today
  • Recognize how culture and life events are linked to family stress and parenting practices
  • Identify practical ways to inspire kids to succeed without creating too much stress or pressure.

Meet your Instructors

Ruth Freeman

Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,

LCSW

Tanika Eaves

Infants, Birth, Relationships,

PhD, LCSW, IMH-E®

Catina Caban-Owen

Spanish Speaking, Mental Health, School,

PhD, ACSW, LCSW, MPA

Na Zhang

Child and Adolescent Development, Parents, Couples, Health, Wellbeing and Prevention,

PhD, MEd

Topics

  • communication
  • pandemic
  • parenting style

Age Category

  • Teens & Young Adults
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