Talking to Kids about Sex, the Internet, Stress and Drugs

A Workshop Series for Parents

March 4, 2011
April 1, 2011
May 6, 2011

Presented by Dr. Sharon Maxwell, clinical psychologist, educator and author of The Talk: What Your Kids Need to Hear from You About Sex

Dr. Sharon Maxwell3 Nights/3 Critical Topics

Do you stay awake nights wondering how your kids are handling these important topics, what guidance you can give them, and how you can get them to listen to you?

We are raising our children in a high stress culture of extremes. Sex has become a “benefit”, drugs and alcohol a “normal” part of dealing with the pressures of adolescence, and the Internet a “necessity” for social acceptance. How do we stay on top of the world our kids are entering? How do we stay connected and offer a healthy, responsible way of dealing with these issues?

Dr. Maxwell is an award-winning author, educator, and practicing clinical psychologist. Her work has been featured in TIME Magazine, US News and World Report, Working Mother, The Boston Globe, on NPR, Oprah and Friends, and Fox News. The Boston Parents Paper has voted Dr. Maxwell a 2009 Family Advocate of the Year.

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