Eye rolls, door slams, “everybody’s-doing-it” objections…welcome to adolescence.
There’s no special island we can drop teenagers off on until their brains are fully developed. Teens can be stubborn, volatile, hard to read, and withdrawn but they need your help to weather this adolescent storm. Hormones are shifting and puberty is certainly hitting. However, the most significant changes occur in the brain. Learn about this massive mental reconstruction in easy to understand, entertaining chapters. Taking doors off hinges, tracking phones and creating fake Facebook profiles to secretly “friend” your teen only compromises your relationship and hinders trust. Explore better ways to support and communicate with your teen while navigating the choppy seas of:
- Drugs & Alcohol
- And much more…
Learn why it’s such a critical time to understand what’s going on with your adolescent child in this funny and compelling romp through raising a teen in the 21st century.
Danelle Spence is a teacher, school counsellor, and registered psychologist. She has a passion for psychology and the teenage brain rooted in over 24 years of experience working with children and adolescents in hospitals, schools, eating disorder clinics, and her own private practice. Her goal is to decrease the amount of emotional distress she sees within the teen population while increasing parents’ understanding of the teen brain. Helping to build strong, confident, emotionally competent families.