Join other parents of high school students (9th through 12th grade) and professional facilitator, Dr. Deborah Weinstock-Savoy to explore the many changes that occur during adolescence, and how they affect relationships at home and school. In the “Navigating the Rocky Road of Adolescence” Series, participants will discuss relevant topics such as promoting healthy choices, setting realistic limits and appropriate consequences; understanding when and how to negotiate; dealing with changes and crises (e.g., divorce); identifying risk factors for anxiety and depression; handling experimentation with sex, alcohol, drugs, and learning to “let go” while maintaining family connections. This popular group will run on four Wednesdays: February 27th and March 6, 13 and 20from 7:00-8:30PM at The Freedman Center at the MA School of Professional Psychology, 1 Wells Avenue, Newton. To view a flyer, click here. Pre-registration is required at http://www.mspp.edu/community/
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