Mon, Nov 05 | Birch Counseling

Parent Support Workshop for Parents of Tweens Who Receive Mental Health Services (Ages 10-13)

We all remember what middle school was like- and many of us cringe at those memories. Puberty. Changing social dynamics. More autonomy. For Tweens struggling with mental health difficulties, there's an added layer of stress and struggle. This workshop is for parents working to support their Tween.
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Parent Support Workshop for Parents of Tweens Who Receive Mental Health Services (Ages 10-13)

Time & Location

Nov 05, 2018, 7:15 PM – 9:15 PM
Birch Counseling, 3325 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd Srv Rd, Suite 205, Durham, NC 27707, USA

About The Event

Join Meg Hamilton, LPC for an interactive and informative workshop on supporting your child between the ages of 10-13. We will cover a variety of topics designed to offer you strategies to better understand and support your child. Topics that will be covered include:

- Navigating new social and emotional territory

- Important developmental tasks for Tweens

- Building self-esteem and confidence

- Navigating pre-puberty and the start of puberty

While all Tweens faces these transitions, those that need additional support due to anxiety, depression, trauma, or other mental health difficulties often find this phase of life to be stressful and overwhelming. Parents seeking support for their children often feel left in the dark about their child's needs and how to best address them. This workshop seeks to support the parents who are working so hard to support their families. This workshop is appropriate for parents of children who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, self-harm, suicidal ideation, emotional difficulties, or other mental health difficulties.

  • Workshop for Parents of Tweens

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