Saturday, March 4, 2 – 4 PM, Alameda High Media Center
Do you want your teen to be happy? To be able to bounce back when things get tough? To help set them up for life and work in the real world? Do you just want to get along better?
AEF is offering a workshop on “Raising Resilient Teens”. This fun and engaging workshop is designed to help teens (and parents) understand:
- Individual behavior style – what makes you tick and how do you embrace successful behaviors
- Personal motivation interests and talents – how to make better study, career and life choices
- The behavior style of others – to appreciate difference and work cooperatively
- How to develop productive relationships – at home, school and work
This workshop will help you experience that “a-ha” moment when you uncover your true self, break down the “brick wall” of communication between parents and teens, and develop a language for improved communication and relationships.
This workshop is for 6th – 12th Alameda public school students and their parents.
$125 – covers the student and one parent/guardian. $35 additional fee for an additional parent/guardian. $15 materials fee is additional. It is not necessary to attend the Feb. 1 presentation to participate in the workshop.
Registration is open! Click on the blue Enrichment button on the left to sign up. Space is limited.
Click here for a workshop flyer.
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 7 – 8:30 PM, Lum Multipurpose Room.
This workshop is sponsored by the Alameda PTA Council and Alameda Unified School District and will consist of a 60-minute presentation and 30-minute Q&A addressing:
- The definition of resilience as it relates to life and work
- The changing landscape of parenting
- Why resilience is so important for teens
- The short- and long-term impact of not developing resilience
- The “top ten” resilience factors for life success
This presentation is free.
Click here for a presentation flyer.