Would you like to improve your relationship with your child? Do you get caught in power struggles? Do you struggle to motivate your teen? You are not alone.
Being a teenager in 2015 is no easy task but parenting a teenager in 2015 might sometimes seem impossible. Teens face a fast-paced world full of social media issues, bullying, and easy access to drugs all while trying to become an individual in the world. As teens gain independence, parents sometimes feel that they are watching a train wreck. Many parents attempt to help but struggle, often making the situation worse. This can lead to parental helplessness, hopelessness, frustration and even anger. This is not necessarily a losing battle. There is a way to challenge and support your teen. With Positive Discipline Parenting classes you can learn to be the parent that you want to be.
CHAC is offering a 7-week course in Positive Discipline Parenting for Parents and Caregivers of Adolescents. Register now to explore and discover new ways to improve your parenting skills.
Thursday Evening Class
March 12, 2015- April 23, 2015
Friday Midday Class
March 13, 2015-April 24, 2015
12 noon – 2pm
Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC)
590 West El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
650-965-2020 ext. 140
Registration is required to attend the classes. For more information, or to register for one of this parenting classes, please contact Jill Tompkins, M.A. at 408-475-5455 or Jill.V.Tompkins@gmail.com
Annoucement by Deborah Dodge