53 min

Ep. 660 - Happy Healthy Teens: Why Focusing on Relationship Works | Kari O'Driscoll Answers Network

    • Health & Fitness

1-31-22 Allen Cardoza Interviews Kari O'Driscoll
http://answers.network
http://www.theselfproject.com/

Kari O’Driscoll new book, Synopsis of Happy, Healthy Teens: Why Focusing on Relationship Works, offers clear, actionable ways for parents and educators to create and strengthen relationships with teens during a key time of growth and development. With an emphasis on mindfulness, non-violent communication, and rooted in what we know about brain and social development during the adolescent years, this book is a great resource for anyone who is struggling to understand how to support and connect with young people.

It includes practical information and activities designed to help spur adults to reflect on their goals as well as unearth their hidden biases about teens and how to direct them. Happy, Healthy Teens focuses on small ways to make a big difference in how teens see themselves and experience their interactions with us and it will help you be more intentional in your choices as you navigate the challenges of the adolescent years. Creating strong, foundational relationships with young people during these years has an enormous, lasting impact on their ability to become adults who are confident, compassionate, and part of a healthy community.

Drawing on work from thought leaders and researchers such as Brené Brown, Dan Siegel, bell hooks, and Zaretta Hammond, Happy, Healthy Teens can be applied in diverse situations and settings, from home to school to the playing field. The book offers new ways to think about conflict and shared goals, identity development and more.

1-31-22 Allen Cardoza Interviews Kari O'Driscoll
http://answers.network
http://www.theselfproject.com/

Kari O’Driscoll new book, Synopsis of Happy, Healthy Teens: Why Focusing on Relationship Works, offers clear, actionable ways for parents and educators to create and strengthen relationships with teens during a key time of growth and development. With an emphasis on mindfulness, non-violent communication, and rooted in what we know about brain and social development during the adolescent years, this book is a great resource for anyone who is struggling to understand how to support and connect with young people.

It includes practical information and activities designed to help spur adults to reflect on their goals as well as unearth their hidden biases about teens and how to direct them. Happy, Healthy Teens focuses on small ways to make a big difference in how teens see themselves and experience their interactions with us and it will help you be more intentional in your choices as you navigate the challenges of the adolescent years. Creating strong, foundational relationships with young people during these years has an enormous, lasting impact on their ability to become adults who are confident, compassionate, and part of a healthy community.

Drawing on work from thought leaders and researchers such as Brené Brown, Dan Siegel, bell hooks, and Zaretta Hammond, Happy, Healthy Teens can be applied in diverse situations and settings, from home to school to the playing field. The book offers new ways to think about conflict and shared goals, identity development and more.

53 min