Unlocking the Teenage Brain – Mar 28

Feb 15, 2024 | Learning Opportunities

When: Mar 28, 2024, 2:00 PM Eastern

The teenage years are a period of massive growth and development in the brain that shapes behavior, decision-making, and social status. Understanding teenagers’ brains can help us deepen the impact of our programming and create more meaningful relationships with the young people we work with. Join brain educator Dr. Jessica Sharp for an in-depth 90-minute webinar uncovering the fascinating science behind the adolescent mind. You’ll leave this webinar with a greater understanding of why teens act the way they do and actionable tools to help them thrive through these vital years of growth.

Learning Objectives

  • How major changes in brain structure and connectivity drive teenage behaviors.
  • Ways to support positive brain development through learning environments, experiences, and relationships.
  • Science-based strategies to help young people hack their brains and become the best version of themselves.

Intended Audience

This webinar was designed for Middle & High School Parents, Professionals working youth, School Counselors, and Social Workers. Credentials are not required to enroll, anyone is welcome to participate in the online course.

1.5 CEUs will be provided for social workers.