San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Being a teenage girl in the 21st century is challenging. An important parenting practice is good and effective communication. During adolescence, communication is vital as it changes from the type that parents used when your daughter was younger. Previous ways of communicating must be adjusted to accommodate the growing needs and abilities of your teen daughter. As your mother daughter relationship changes and matures, so must your communication. Teens who can talk with their parents perform better in school and tend to avoid risky behaviors.
Dr. Trevicia Williams, psychologist and national speaker, will share Effective Communication strategies to empower mothers and their teen daughters. During this fun, educational, interactive seminar, participants will learn:
1. Communication skills that help them thrive through adolescence
2. Conversation starters
3. How to create an atmosphere for communication
4. Guidelines for communication
6. the best times to talk
7. Communication openers and closers
8. Fun role playing and relationship appreciation activity
9. Interactive connecting activities
Investment in Your Mother Teen Daughter Relationship: $20
(For a limited time, the investment is $20 per mother and up to two teen daughters participants.)
Dr. Williams is the author of “There are Pearls in the Pain of Every Experience” has been seen on numerous TV networks, including, LifeTime, Lifetime Movie Network, BET, Oxygen, and, Bravo and regularly provides expert tips and breaking news commentary about human behavior, parenting, adversity, overcoming obstacles, life, mother-daughter relationships and more on radio shows. She is also the host of "Getting There with Dr. Trevicia" which airs on ION network and Blog Talk. Getting There with Dr. Trevicia is a tv and radio show where people can find answers for everyday problems, motivation, productivity tips and cutting edge information about success personal, family and work life success.