Upper School Park Connects Educational Seminar
Wednesday, January 25 • 6 p.m.
Middle School Commons
Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund Freud, is quoted saying, “Your job is to be there, to be left.”
Preparing your teenagers to one day go off on their own to become meaningful adults in society is challenging. During this stage in development, teenagers search for a sense of self and personal identity by exploring values, beliefs, and goals, which takes time and effort. Meanwhile, their trusted adults are challenged to allow them to exercise their autonomous decision-making abilities.
Parents and guardians of Upper School students are invited to join our Upper School Counselors Katie Watts and Kara Ker and Sexual Health Educator Ashley Edwards for an engaging and informative evening with Dr. Brad Sachs. Dr. Sachs is a psychologist, educator, consultant, and best-selling author specializing in clinical work with adolescents, couples, and families. He will discuss healthy teen identity, resiliency, and how and when to allow teens to make their own decisions.
Dinner is provided. RSVP below.