Parent Your Teen Well
Do you feel a power struggle with your teen? Is it hard for you and your teen to connect?
Parenting through these waters is an incredible privilege, but requires growth, humility, and unique ways to extend unconditional acceptance and love to our teenagers.
So much of our efforts are impacted by how our teen perceives what we say and do. With intentional communication you can improve and create a lasting relationship of trust, love, and understanding! We can take responsibility, change habits, and change expectations. To get our kids to talk, listen, and share… We need to talk, listen, act differently.
Join us with David Roper, as he shares valuable tools on how to get your teenager to talk, listen and relate! David will leave you feeling empowered and equipped on how to be an ally for your teen. Gain communication techniques that will equip parents to:
Develop a strong relationship with your teen
Ask questions that help them feel loved and liked
Guide them through positive choices and decision making
Know when to allow them more freedom and responsibility.
Register now! If you are unable to attend, please change your registration so that we can make room for new registrants. We look forward to meeting you soon!
The YMCA provides childcare for members and non-members for this event. However, the following requirements apply:
Childcare provision for ages 6 weeks to 6 years only
Parents needing childcare MUST CALL the Thousand Oaks Family YMCA 24 hours in advance to RSVP their child. Calling beyond the deadline may result in childcare unavailable.
Thousand Oaks Family YMCA: (210) 494-5292
David Roper is a Licensed Professional Counselor for teens, adults, and couples (DavidRoper.net) as well as a speaker, former youth/family pastor, and director of FamilyCamps.org. He and his wife Angela have loved raising their two high school and two college aged students, learning a lot along the way! He loves sharing and learning from others about how to have the best marriage and family possible during those brief, precious years that the children are being raised at home.