When Teens are Out-of-Control:

Working With Their Parents

Do you work with parents who have out-of-control teens? Would you like to learn effective strategies to work with these parents? Are you interested in finding a way to get parents on board so that you are all working in the same direction?

For Professionals such as Social Workers, Youth Workers, Counsellors, Family Educators, Psychologists, School Counsellors, Clinicians, Parent Aids – who want to help parents support their teen.

This workshop will cover:

  • How to help parents set appropriate boundaries that they can uphold.
  • How to help parents hold their teens accountable.
  • How to use discipline that is effective.
  • How to empower parents when their teen is in trouble with the law, violent or aggressive, using drugs, not attending school, or blatantly defying household rules.

Terry Lowe – Group Facilitator

img_0824-300x200Terry holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree and is a registered Social Worker. She is an experienced counsellor with more than 30 years working in community and clinical settings. Her areas of interest are parenting, parenting out of control teens, stress, conflict management, and anger. She enjoys working with people on an individual and group basis.

 

Dates:

November 21st and 22nd, 2018

9:00am – 4:00pm daily

Fee:

$300.00 (includes 2 manuals and lunch)

Details:

No full day parking available.

Location:

Saskatoon Community Service Village
506 25th Street East
Saskatoon, SK

Registration:

Please call 306.244.7773 or Contact Us for more information.