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Health & Prevention

Parenting is one of the hardest, yet most rewarding jobs there is. Learn why self-care is a strategic act of parenting. And how to support teens to care for themselves too. As we build strengths in our teens, we must also steer them away from the risks that can undermine their path towards a healthy adulthood.

Parents’ Self Care

Learn about how to care for yourself with the same commitment with which you care for your children. You’ll understand why your self-care makes a difference in their lives.

Helping Teens Learn to Cope

Coping with life’s inevitable hardships is key to health and well-being. Learn how to guide your teens to adopt positive ways to deal with stress.  When they can cope with challenges in positive ways they will be less likely to turn to quick, dangerous, fixes and will instead be prepared to become their best selves.

Preventing Risks

Testing limits is an important part of adolescence. Learn how to support teens to do so, while maintaining clear boundaries that prevent risk-taking and keep them safe and moral. Gain strategies for guiding teens to develop supportive peer relationships, take a healthy approach to their developing sexuality, become safe drivers and make smart choices when faced with pressures related to drugs, alcohol or other situations that may put them at risk.

Supporting Emotional Health

We want our children to be happy and resilient. But some young people experience depression and anxiety. Learn to recognize the symptoms, support your child, and steer them towards more support when needed.