Communication Skills to Support Your Quiet Teens (BEUHS372)

Workshop | May 8 | 12:10-1:30 p.m. | Tang Center, University Health Services, Section Club

 April Snow

 Jessica Weikers

 Be Well at Work - Work/Life

Many parents are looking for more connection, communication and clarity when interacting with their Quiet Teens, but don’t know how to reach them or be a more central figure in their lives. In this dynamic workshop led by two teen therapists, you will learn how to feel more confident engaging in open conversations with your teen that don’t feel forced, invasive, or strained. When parents and teens are communicating more effectively, everyone benefits. Parents feel more in touch, and teens learn lifelong tools to express themselves and advocate for their needs in all their relationships.

Workshop Presented by April Snow and Jessica Weikers, two therapists who are both invested in supporting shy, sensitive and quiet teens (and their parents) to feel more confident and connect in meaningful ways.

April specializes in helping Introverted and Highly Sensitive People of all ages reduce anxiety, improve self-esteem and embrace their quiet nature.

Jessica is passionate about helping Artists, Activists, Queer folks, Millennials, and Teens dial down self-criticism and turn up self-compassion. She supports high school students through the SFUSD Student Intervention Team.

  Enroll online

 snho@berkeley.edu, 510-643-7754