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Homeschool workshop for parents of preteens and teens, November 15th

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The upcoming workshop, Finding Your Way: Exploring Your Family's Homeschooling Journey with Teens and Preteens, is almost full. Register soon if you are interested in attending.

For parents with preteens 11 to 13 years old

This group is designed for parents who homeschool their preteens. Michelle Barone MA, MFT will talk about how to educate in order to support family connection and deal with social, developmental, and educational issues during the preteen years. This one day workshop will provide a wealth of information and opportunity to grow personally and as a family.

Topics include:

Developmental tasks, brain changes and growth
Media and technology
Preteen friendships
Your pre teen years
Family systems and dynamics, sibling and extended family
Parental self care
 


This is a 4 hour workshop from 2pm – 6pm)
Sunday Nov. 15, 2009 in Sunland
Call (818) 951-7744 or email mebmft@gmail.comfor more information about price and location.


For parents with teens 14-18 years old

This group is designed for parents who homeschool their teens. Michelle Barone MA, MFT will talk about how to educate in order to support family connection and deal with social, developmental, and educational issues during the preteen years. This one day workshop will provide a wealth of information and opportunity to grow personally and as a family.

Topics include:

Developmental tasks, brain changes and growth
Media and technology
Alcohol, drugs, sex
Privacy vs. secrecy
Your teen years
Parental self care

This is a 4 hour workshop from 9 am – 1 pm on Sunday Nov. 15, 2009 in Sunland.
Call (818) 951-7744 or email mebmft@gmail.comfor more information about price and location.

Michelle Barone MA MFT, has been working with families for 30 years. She has been part of the homeschool community for 20 years and has counseled countless families in homeschooling and alternative education. She brings to her work, experience as a special ed teacher, unschooling parent, LLL leader and philosophy of attachment parenting.
 

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