9/17 Event: “Stay out of my life, but…” Parenting Positive Teens

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There are two gifts we should give our children;one is ROOTS, andthe other is WINGS.-2

Free Workshop

Monday, September 17th 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Hartshorn Portraiture Studio 720 Monroe Street Suite E418

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stay-out-of-my-life-but-positively-parenting-teenagers-tickets-49352125536

Parenting is challenging, especially in this time and age. We juggle between home and work, while trying to understand our teenagers’ behavior and needs.
At this workshop, I will talk about raising children in the 21st century; explore the cognitive, behavioral, and physical changes teenagers go through and introduce practical techniques from the world of positive psychology that can be used with your children as well as in your personal and professional life.
“Teaching children optimism is more, I realized, than just correcting pessimism . . . It is the creation of a positive strength, a sunny but solid future-mindedness that can be deployed throughout life — not only to fight depression and to come back from failure, but also to be the foundation of success and vitality”.
Martin Seligman, ‘The Optimistic Child’ (2007).

About the presenter

Shiri Rosenblat-Itzhak has a B.A in education and Hebrew literature from the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. She studied for an MA in Psychology counseling at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, holds a certificate in Executive coaching from NYU and a certificate in Positive Psychology from the “Whole Being Institute”, by Dr. Tal Ben-Sahar. In 2007, she founded “Start-in-Point” – coaching educators, professionals, parents as well as private clients how to use Positive Psychology in their everyday life. For the past ten years, Shiri has been teaching ‘Intro to Psychology’ at the Hudson school in Hoboken, and ‘Health’ classes to 9th-12th grades. She has conducted various workshops about well-being, leadership and tools for happiness. Shiri is an avid coffee drinker and mostly grateful for her family, friends and finding her calling in life.

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