Join Us This Sunday at 5:30 pm pst. “Helping Our Teens Feel Seen, Heard, & Understood Right Now” Webinar
(A virtual Conversation with author/Experts on Teenagers & Well-Being)
Be honest: How’s your teenager doing right now? Physically, Mentally, Emotionally, Spiritually? Do you even know how they are, really? You’re not alone. It’s a given there’s a breakdown of communication between teens and their parents in normal times—but it can be exacerbated now because none of us know how to figure out a new normal for connection with our kids or the best way to parent in the pandemic. And why would we, right??!! Let’s seek answers together with our expert panel.
Our expert authors for this panel include:
Judith Warner, author of “And Then They Stopped Talking To Me: Making Sense of Middle School” and the New York Times bestsellers “Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety”; and the book, “Hillary Clinton: The Inside Story” as well as the award-winning “We’ve Got Issues: Children and Parents in the Age of Medication”. A senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, Warner has been a frequent contributor to The New York Times, where she wrote the popular Domestic Disturbances column, and she continues to write for numerous other publications.
— Lisa Heffernan, Co-Founder of the online Grown & Flown Community and Co-Author of “Grown & Flown: How To Support Your Teen, Stay Close As A Family, And Raise Independent Adults”
— Meredith Sinclair, M. Ed., is a former elementary school teacher with a master's in education who turned her expertise to improving people's lives by spreading the gospel of play. She is the mother of two teenage sons, a blogger, television contributor, and spokesperson for the Genius of Play campaign. Meredith is the author of “Well Played: The Ultimate Guide To Awakening Your Family’s Playful Spirit”.
— Dr. Elena Welsh, is a licensed clinical psychologist in Los Angeles and the author of “Getting to Good: A Guided Journal (Bring Happiness and Positivity Into Your Day”;
and she also has the books, “The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook for Panic Attacks” and “Trauma Survivors Strategies for Healing: A Workbook to Help You Grow, Rebuild, and Take Back Your Life.”
Dr. Welsh works with a wide range of anxiety, mood, and depressive disorders, including bipolar disorder, major depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder/trauma-related mental health issues.
$10.00 to sign up.
(If you can’t make the live call, you can still receive the recording but you must pre-register to be in the group by Sunday, July 26th, at noon pst.)