Adolescence

How to have difficult conversations with your teenager

Expert: Dr. Tara Porter
Masterclass structure: 9 lessons (33:02 minutes)

About this class

Sometimes it seems that parents and teenagers live on different planets. Parents want to know what is going on in their teenager’s life, the teenager doesn’t want to discuss it, and the conflict begins. In this masterclass, Dr Tara Porter provides very useful tools to maintaining a healthy level of communication with our teenagers. This masterclass is of interest to parents of teenagers and soon-to-be teenagers.

About the expert

Dr Tara Porter is a Clinical Psychologist and writer. She has worked in the UK public healthNHS for 25 years, mainly in child and adolescent mental health. Now she works privately, writes and speaks about mental health. She is the author of a Sunday Times Bestselling book called “You Don’t Understand Me” which has been translated into 17 other languages, and is sold all around the world. It is written to the young women of the world.

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