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Entering the Teenage Years

Don’t Be Afraid… It’s Going to Be OK!

John Davis, LCSW, author of “Don’t Take It Personally: A Parent’s Guide to Surviving Adolescence“, will be speaking at a talk/discussion, for parents with children 10 and up,  on why teenagers act the way they do and what parents can do to make this transition easier on the whole family.

Davis lives in Boulder, Colorado. He has been working with teenagers and their families since 1983 helping them with all issues teen related. His work is about individuals reaching their highest potential and about families and communities coming together to support one another. In addition to his private practice, John speaks to parents around the country helping them to survive and thrive their children’s adolescence. He has also taught the Congregation Har HaShem Confirmation class for twelve years.

At the Boulder JCC, 3800 Kalmia, on Monday, February 22, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. $8 per person. This program is made possible by a grant from Rose Community Foundation.

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