Free Workshop for parents of teenagers in November

— Do you have tweens or teens? The Hope Center is sponsoring a free three-week workshop series in November for parents and guardians of teenagers and pre-teens.

The series is called Running the Rapids: Guiding Teenagers through the Turbulent Waters of Adolescence. It will be held on three successive Sunday afternoons (beginning this Sunday): Nov. 3, 10 and 17, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., at the Soltman Center on Main Street in Grangeville (across from Syringa Hospital).

The video series features Dr. Kevin Leman, internationally-known psychologist, family counselor, author and speaker who has appeared on The View, Today, Oprah, The Early Show, CNN, Fox & Friends, Good Morning America, and more.

Topics include: Know the River: What’s So Scary about Adolescence Anyway?; Know the Raft: Home is Where You Transfer the Values that Teenagers Need; Know the Riders: What is Acceptable and Unacceptable Teenage Behavior and Why?; Know the Risks: Tough Questions That Deserve Straight Answers; Know the Relationships: Practical Guidelines for Surviving the Trip Together; Know the Reality: You Don’t Have to Navigate the River of Adolescence Alone; Handouts accompany the videos, with discussion following.

Refreshments will be provided.

To register, call Nancy Connolley at 507-1253 or 983-0093, or email hopepc@camasnet.com. Advance registration is required to ensure enough handouts.


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