Do you feel disconnected from your teens? Are rolling eyes and door slamming a part of your everyday life? Would you like more cooperation and less frustration in your family?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I want to recommend this for you. My friend, Zhanna Shybaila, educator, behavior specialist, and mentor for teenagers, has put together a terrific summit all about parenting teens. “Unleash their poTEENtial:” How to empower your teens to improve their self-image, master social skills, and get them fully engaged in their own lives starts tomorrow August 31. There are 20 speakers who have come together to share their knowledge on the well-being of teens and how to strengthen family relationships.
I have a complimentary ticket for YOU to attend. Just enter your name and email in the box on this page and hit “get access.” You can register using this link: https://unleashtheirpoteential.com/SharonS
In this summit, Zhanna and I had a great talk about ADHD and learning differences, reducing everyday stress and cooperation during COVID. This presentation will not only discuss how can parents support our teens during homeschooling, but also about how we help them to organize their school routine, so they would be less distractive during school hours. We’ll look at if you need to monitor teens’ work time, how much can you trust their independence, managing screen time and improving executive functioning skills for teen and young adults.
I hope that you’ll check this out because I think you will find a lot of value in the sessions.
P.S. In case you’re wondering who the speakers are, here are some of them: Gene Carroccia- ADHDology, Bob Dietrich- ADHD toolbox, James Anderson- Mindset, “Mindful by Design”, Stephane Provencher- “Billionaire Parenting”, Chuck Geddes- Complex Trauma Resources, Joan Rosenberg- Anxiety, Emotional Mastery, Sharon Saline- ADHD, Learning differences, mental health, Christina Bjorndal- Trauma healing, Rose Buono-Stress Assessment, and Hypnotherapy and of course yours truly Sharon Saline- on ADHD and learning differences.