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About This Workshop

The teenage years can be exciting times of growth, but can be a strain on your relationship. As your child enters the tween and teen years their brain changes in ways that cause them to find their tribe of peers. This may mean that they are less likely to seek the advice and validation of adults but it doesn’t mean they don’t need your calm, consistent guidance.

Once you have registered for this library, click on the title below to access the solution video and handouts.

After this library, you will be able to:

  • Start and maintain an open dialogue
  • Develop an authentic and honest relationship with your child
  • Support your child in dealing with his/her social life
  • Discuss difficult subjects openly and positively
  • Apply steps to navigate teens’ romantic relationships with trust, compassion, clarity and consistency
  • Learn positive discipline that works

Meet your Instructors

Ruth Freeman

Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,


Autumn Cloud-Ingram

Birth, Discipline, Teens,


Amy Alamar

School, Teens, Relationships,


Dana Asby

Mindfulness, Confidence, School,


Sophie Hornick

Medical issues, Hospitalization, Grief/Loss,



  • behavior
  • brain development
  • character
  • communication
  • conversation
  • discipline
  • emotions
  • feelings
  • health
  • independence
  • listening
  • misbehavior
  • relationship
  • romance
  • rules
  • safety
  • self care
  • sex
  • talking
  • values

Age Category

  • Teens & Young Adults
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