Everyone has advice for you when you have an infant, but the helpful tips dry up by the time you find yourself parenting a teen.
Parents often feel like they’re just trying to survive the teenage years, and no one knows what they’re doing. It’s a challenging time for the parents and the teens.
While their teen may not be the reason they’re in therapy, chances are, as a mental health professional, you talk with parents of teens about their children often.
Ever wonder what advice works well for them or where you’re missing the mark?
Whether you’re a mental health professional or a parent of a teen, you can benefit from our upcoming panel discussion.
Join us at 1 p.m. CST on Nov. 1 for a panel discussion on “Advice for Therapists from Parents of Teens.”
You’ll learn directly from the parents:
- Why they think parenting teens is so challenging
- What advice from their therapist really helped them
- How therapists can better assist parents of teens
Sign up for the webinar at 1 p.m. Nov. 1.
About Kenna Griffin
Kenna Griffin is All Counseling’s Director of Programming & Development. She has a Ph.D. in journalism with an emphasis in trauma and organizational behavior. She is the author of the book “The Viewing Room: Journalists as Witnesses to Executions.”
Kenna has more than two decades of experience in content writing and community management. She previously worked full-time as a college professor and now teaches adjunct.
When she’s not busy writing, editing, or teaching, Kenna is probably in the pool or reading. She reads 150-200 books a year and is a self-described “word nerd.”
If All Counseling can help you grow your private practice, or you’d like to become more involved in our community, book a call with Kenna. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn or Twitter.