During adolescence the brain undergoes some major changes that are not complete until the early 20s. Trying to change parenting routenes and create new ways of managing conflicts and expectations becomes increasingly difficult for many parents as their once amenable young person becomes determined to do things their own way even though they have little experience of the world. We know that trying to establish new parenting behaviour during adolescence is frequently unsuccessful, so changes and expectations need to be made before the onset of adolescence so that these have time to become established and routine.
We will be looking at establishing best practice in
Date: Wednesday 20th May 2020
Venue: Barnes Primary School,
Cross Street, Barnes, SW13 0QQ
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