Managing High-Risk Behaviors in Teens

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Managing High-Risk Behaviors in Teens

Overview

Managing teens who engage in dangerous, harmful, costly or otherwise high-risk behaviors can be extremely challenging and stressful for a parent. It’s normal for parents to feel scared and panicked about high-risk teen behaviors such as sneaking out, risky uses of social media, unsafe sexual behaviors, dangerous driving, shoplifting, and other illegal activity. This webinar will cover strategies to help parents effectively set limits with teens and observe their own limits while managing their teens’ high-risk behaviors. This webinar will also review DBT skills that can assist parents and family members with coping.

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