Based on the most recent research on adolescence, and consistent with the principles of the Nurturing Programme, the groups provide a positive view of teenage development and focus on relationships within the family, communication, negotiating, decision-making and strategies to reduce conflict.
The programme consists of four sessions, developed with Dr.John Coleman, to increase parents’ understanding of teenagers’ feelings and behaviour, and deliver key strategies for maintaining and improving relationships.
Exploring the importance of parents for teenagers
Developing parents’ understanding of teenage development and the influence of brain development on behaviour
Developing parents’ understanding of the importance of listening, verbal and non-verbal communication
Promoting positive approaches to boundary setting and problem-solving
Providing an opportunity for parents to share their experience with others
Dates – 16th and 17th January 2018
Times – 8.45am – 4.30pm
Venue – Wedgewood House, 61 Lanscove Ave, BD4 0NQ
Contact Eve Remington at firstname.lastname@example.org
**Failure to deliver the course once trained, will lead to training costs being recouped at £600pp**