A growing number of kids and teens are facing emotional, academic, psychological, and behavioral difficulties.
Conditions like ADHD, OCD, anxiety, and depression can be influenced by a variety of biological, psychological, and social factors, including experiences of trauma and peer orientation.
Children and teens who look primarily to their peers for direction, behavior, values, and identity are deprived of the vital support you can offer within a secure, healthy parent-child attachment.
Peer-orientation can also lead to aggression, bullying, precocious sexuality, substance use, developmental challenges, and academic struggles
In this special workshop, Susan and Gabor will discuss how to address the complex dynamics that contribute to challenging behaviors, emphasizing ways to support positive mental health.
They will explore ways to build a strong bond with your child or teen, including compassionate discipline methods that strengthen your connection instead of pushing your kids away.
Join us for practical advice to establish yourself as the source of comfort, guidance, security, and warmth your children need.