Parents will learn how to bridge the gap between safety and freedom. Supervision is critical in protecting a child but mental and physical privacy is also just as important. Learning how to meet your child where he or she is as it relates to balancing independence and supervision will create a high level of trust, independence and at the same time communicate respect. Parenting tween and teens requires a delicate balance between showing them that you trust them by giving appropriate space while at the same time being attuned to their needs. Parent will learn various techniques on how to build a healthy and meaningful relationship with their teen and tweens.
Imperative to the court process is the presentation of thorough, useful reports prepared by experts. The quality of a report can affect not only the admissibility of the evidence, but also the standards and treatment of the subject. Learn why and how forensic evaluations assist courts in determining what is in the best interest of the child.
It is undeniable that COVID-19 has taken the world by surprise with some negative effects from restrictions like Social Distancing. Social Interaction is a basic human need and is particularly important for the social development of young people. Participants will learn the values of social interaction, different virtual social interactions, mental health effects of social distancing, and best therapy approaches.
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