Staying Close While Standing Back
For parents of preteens and teens looking for new ideas on every day conversations with their children.
Conversations are the building blocks within a family to share ideas, sharpen our edges, build trust, problem-solve, gather information, argue our point, and share our stories. Family conversations can be intense and heated or spoken in whispers - they can last seconds or days - and end with a slammed door, a sigh, or a hug each one shapes part of who we are as a family and as individuals. Julie Metzger will give parents an opportunity to consider strategies to strengthen family communication with adolescents.
Julie Metzger is the founder of the ever popular Great Conversations programs focused on puberty, sexuality, and decision making for families of preteens for over 30 years in the Pacific Northwest and San Francisco Bay Area. She co-authored the book for preteens, "Will Puberty Last My Whole Life: Real Answers to Real Questions Asked by Preteens on Body Changes, Sex, and Other Growing Up Stuff." and "This is Me - a Girl's Journal".
This talk is generously sponsored by Seattle Children's Hospital.
This talks is for parents and adults who support preteens ONLY (not with children).
Seattle Children's Hospital Wright Auditorium (View)
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
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|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|