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Raising Teens While Building Executive Functioning Skills & Teaching Healthy Habits

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**This is a recording of a Live Presentation given at the Institute of Child Psychology’s 2022 Children’s Mental Health Conference. As it is a Live recording, please note that there may be unscheduled technical difficulties, pauses/breaks, as well as reading of comments which you may not be able to see.

Raising Teens While Building Executive Functioning Skills & Teaching Healthy Habits

With all the information available from a variety of sources, it’s so hard to know how exactly to support your teens. Teens are already faced with so much pressure, so when they feel the weight to make good decisions online and in person it can feel extremely overwhelming.

Should you make every interaction a teachable moment? Are you supposed to praise the effort and not the result, or is it the other way around? Can you compliment your teen or is that wrong now? Should you let them struggle or will that mess them up for life?

This is not a workshop that will tell you what you’re doing wrong and what to do instead. Besides, that expert opinion will likely change. This conversation is about you, your teen, and your home.

You will leave understanding why teens behave, think, and feel the way they do. You will leave with foundational knowledge about executive functioning, one of the primary building blocks to making good decisions and regulating emotions. You will learn how to motivate them and teach the skills they need to move toward feeling good about themselves. Isn’t that what we all want? Ultimately, you will learn how to help both you and your teen make more informed decisions when faced with new challenges and when things change again

OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand adolescent development from multiple perspectives, including social, cognitive, physical, and psychological
  • Gain an in-depth understanding and appreciation of the executive functioning skills that impact a teen’s development, attitude, emotions, and behaviors
  • Develop an awareness of the theory of motivation and the role of dopamine in getting chores and homework done, decisions made online and on social media, and peer/sibling relationships and interactions
  • Start implementing evidence-based and effective strategies to help with emotional regulation in your teen
  • Learn ways to reconnect and repair broken interactions and relationships with your teen

CONFERENCE RECORDING HIGHLIGHTS

  • CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION with 3.0 instructional hours & successful completion of a short quiz.
  • RESOURCESAccess to several mental health and parenting resources.
  • SUPPORT:​ Access to the institute should any questions arise.

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR:
This presentation is appropriate for parents, educators, child care professionals, caregivers, and mental health professionals.

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DISCLAIMER:
All courses offered by ICP are for individual use only. Using them for corporate/group training, or shared purposes are a violation of copyright law. Furthermore, all products/services provided by the Institute of Child Psychology, along with all workshop materials, are strictly for educational purposes only and cannot be categorized as psychological or mental health services.

***This workshop is not owned by ICP and therefore may be removed by discretion of the contractor at any time, with 90 day notice.

 

 

Time

3 Hours

Prerequisites

None

Age Group

2-17 Years

Instructor Information

Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart

Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart is a West Indian woman, a wife of 21 years, a mom of two kids, and has over 15 years of experience as a pediatric psychologist. She specializes in working with clients who present with medical diagnoses and are seeking alternative solutions. She also serves as a parent coach for parents who have kids with ADHD, anxiety, and behavioral concerns.

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