Our friends at NH Teen Institute are offering a wonderful free resource for the families of pre-teens and teens coming to Manchester starting Feb. 7. Many parents of pre-teens/teens are finding themselves struggling during this time of transition in their family. They are seeing increased conflict and a lack of ability to manage their household they way they’d like. Staying Connected with Your Teen is a five week workshop series to help specifically with these issues.
About the Program:
Staying Connected with Your Teen
5 session workshop for parents/caregivers of teens
Wednesday: February 7, 14, 21, March 7 and 14
Boys & Girls Club, 555 Union St., Manchester, NH
Dinner provided 5:15 – 5:45; Program 5:45 – 7:45
This is an opportunity for parents/grandparents/foster parents/ anyone taking on the responsibility of guiding our youth into a healthy adulthood to
- Engage with other parents of teens and learn from each other, problem solve, create community and support
- Enhance communication and family management practices
- Decrease conflict within the home
- Promote bonding during a time of independence
To register please contact:
Contact Julie Yerkes, NH Teen Institute, for details about the program
[email protected]; 603-545-1046
Staying Connected with Your Teen is a universal prevention program that engages caregivers of teens to develop important communication skills and family management practices proven to be helpful in promoting positive youth development.