Learn why during the ages of 10 to 24 brain development is just as critical as when they were toddlers. Understand how the brain is laying the ground work to permanently hard-wire itself for the future and the process that is taking it from childhood to adulthood.
Topics include key concepts of brain development, social development, emotional and cognitive development, risk behaviors, adolescent decision-making, and helping teens make healthy decisions.
Facilitated by Barb Iversen -
Barb Iversen has worked with youth and families for 30 years in a variety of mental health, social service and educational settings. Barb teaches in Phoenix Colleges’ Adolescent Studies Program and provides professional development and parenting education on a statewide basis. She is a Certified Adolescent Health Trainer and has a B.S. in Psychology and a M.C. from ASU. Barb is a National Certified Counselor.
Registration is now open. Limited seating - register here today!
» $20, including lunch
» Registration ends Thursday, September 14th!