This workshop will help parents to understand a bit more about their children’s brain development and how the attachment/connection they developed when their child was little can be built on in teenage times.
There will be an emphasis on listening effectively, learning how to monitor and create growing competency and the need to have clear boundaries and rules and regulations that are negotiable.
Presented by Dr Sue Bagshaw (BSc (Hons) MB BS FRACShM Hon FRNZCGP CNZM) is a primary care adolescent and sexual health doctor at 298 Youth Health and was the founding Director of the Collaborative Trust. She is also a senior lecturer in Adolescent Health at the University OfOtago, Christchurch. Sue has been involved with research and training in adolescent and sexual health for more than 30 years.
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