SMUHSD ParenTeen Speaker Series presents Dr. Michael J. Bradley
Do you need help coping with the crazy teen years?
Dr. Bradley gives parents real-world advice, strategies, and methods parents can put to use to achieve immediate results.
In our evening together, Dr. Bradley uses wisdom, wit, and humor to take you inside your teenager's head and shows you:
- why teens think and behave the way they do
- how to restore lines of communication,
- how to transform relations with your teen and make your family whole again.
Common behavioral issues that Dr. Bradley will address include school problems, excessive and dangerous computer/cell phone use, disrespect, marijuana/alcohol use, lying and "disappearing into the cave" (withdrawing to their rooms and friends, and rarely coming out to interact with parents).
Dr. Michael Bradley is a psychologist and award-winning author specializing in adolescent behavior. He is a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree in psychology from Temple University. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA). Dr. Bradley's respect-based philosophy is at the heart of the presentations he has given. It's also something he practices daily as he and his wife raise their two children, a 19-year-old son and a 13-year-old daughter.
This presentation is for parents of high school and middle school students. Presentation is for adults only.
Burlingame High School (View)
1 Mangini Way
Burlingame, CA 94010
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||Can you speak about internet safety...what can/should parents do to protect/follow up on teens online?|
||Yes. We will ask him to address this issue. If he has not addressed it to your satisfaction, please feel free to step up and ask during the Q and A session. See you tomorrow!|
||Can you speak about "watching" /protecting teens online?|
||We will meet with Dr. Bradley and ask him to address this. We will have a Question and Answer session. If he has not addressed this to your satisfaction, please feel free to step up to the microphone and ask away! Thanks and see you tomorrow!|