In this toolkit, which includes a video, facilitator guide, handouts, and resource guide, parents will learn important information about brain development during the tween and teen years. Understanding the specific parts of tweens' and teens' brains that are growing most rapidly in these years will help parents learn how to communicate with their kids. This toolkit also offers guidance on when tweens and teens will most welcome a parent's interventions, how to step into that process with them, and how to aid their building of intelligence and gaining experiences that will prepare them for adulthood. 

Parents will leave the support group with a better understanding of the following topics.

  • Adolescent brain development and the centers of the brain that are growing most quickly.
  • Communication and parenting strategies to respect and support their kids' growing independence.
  • How to be a balanced parent to maximize your relationship and allow your child to mature to adulthood.

  • Parenting in the Age of Screens, Social Media, and Gaming
    $145


    One Time Purchase


    Initial Facilitator Training for online and in-person groups

  • 5-Toolkit Subscription
    $125/toolkit


    5 toolkits of your choice


    Save 14% off the single toolkit price


    Initial Facilitator Training for online and in-person groups


    Quarterly Facilitator Training


    Automated Evaluation Data from Participants

  • 10-Toolkit Subscription
    $97.50/toolkit


    10 toolkits of your choice


    Save 33% off the single toolkit price


    Initial Facilitator Training for online and in-person groups


    Quarterly Facilitator Training


    Automated Evaluation Data from Participants

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This toolkit is valid for one year for use by one agency/organization for up to two groups. “Group” is defined as parents working with the same agency or members of the same parent organization. If you need to use any toolkit for more than two groups, please contact us to discuss how we can meet your needs.

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