Understanding Teenagers

Teenagers

This 1-day CPD course is for those working with parents of teenagers and/ or teenagers themselves.

 

It provides an opportunity to understand teenage brain development and the adolescent developmental process and consider both risk and resilience.

 

It includes ideas and strategies for professionals working with teenagers and their parents to help them cope with challenging feelings and behaviour and to support young people in an emotionally healthy context.

 

The day brings together the latest understanding from neuroscience and developmental psychology and the principles of The Nurturing Programme.

Teenage girl lost in thought with her hand up against her head

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the training, practitioners will be able to:

  • reflect upon influence of teenage brain development on behaviour

  • understand what young people need from parents and other adults

  • demonstrate an understanding of the concept of risk and resilience

  • consider how to embed knowledge into practice

Course Overview & Cost

Click link to download the Understanding Teenagers training course overview.

Resources

Included in training cost:

Testimonials

"A very engaging, informative and relevant training."

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"Excellent training, very interactive. Highly recommend!"

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Contact our At Home team to discuss or find out more.

         01865 401800

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Training Options

Other training available

Units 2 & 3 Fenchurch Court, Bobby Fryer Close, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 6ZN

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