Brain-based Parenting Strategies to Prevent High-Risk Behavior Presentation
Brain-based Parenting Strategies to
Prevent High-Risk Behavior Presentation
January 10 at 7 p.m. at
Spring Branch Middle School Auditorium
More teens are suffering from depression than any other time in our history. What is happening in our culture and to our children’s development? Brain-based Parenting Strategies to Prevent High-Risk Behavior teaches parents how substances and other high-risk behaviors such as technology overuse affect healthy brain development and how to prevent children and adolescents from engaging in such risky behavior.
Practical, every-day parenting solutions will be discussed so, bring your questions!
Presented by Dr. Crystal Collier, the Director of the Choices Program & Prevention Research for The Council on Recovery.
All are invited to attend.