Valley of Experts Training Institute Al Garhoud, Dubai – UAE

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Behaviour And How to Manage It: Pre-Teens and Teenagers

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“Dealing with teenagers can be both rewarding and challenging. As they navigate through the rollercoaster of adolescence, it’s important for parents and guardians to have effective tools and strategies in their arsenal. In our training workshop, we will explore various topics related to understanding teenagers better, building healthy relationships with them, managing difficult behaviors, and supporting them during times of parental separation or divorce.

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ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Upon parents’ demands, VOE is proud to announce another collaboration with Mr. Ahmed Sbeata, Child Behaviour Expert and Certified Parent Coach, to deliver the workshop :

Main Theme “Understanding your Teenagers for a Healthier and a Happier Relationship”
Presented By Mr. Ahmed Sbeata, Child Behaviour Expert and Certified Parent Coach
 Location Al Kuwait
Date and Time 1st – 2nd March 2024
Language of Delivery Arabic Language
Methods of Participating Online and Onsite
Fees 120 USD (Onsite) 90 USD (Online)

This workshop is designed specifically for parents, guardians, and anyone involved in the lives of teenagers. Our goal is to equip you with practical strategies and techniques to navigate the challenges that often-come hand-in-hand with adolescence.

By registering in our workshop, you will acquire a comprehensive knowledge related to understanding teenagers better and managing their behavior effectively. We’ll explore the troubles and challenges commonly faced when dealing with teenagers, providing valuable insights on how to tackle them head-on.

Building a healthy relationship with your teenager is crucial for their overall well-being. We’ll dive deep into this topic, offering guidance on effective communication techniques and fostering trust.

We understand that parenting can sometimes be overwhelming. The workshop will shed light on the effects of parental anxiety and impatience on teenagers’ emotional development. You’ll gain valuable tools for managing your own emotions while supporting your teenager through their tumultuous journey.

We will address an important aspect – how to handle teenage behavior after divorce or separation from a co-parent. This can be a particularly challenging time for both parents and teens alike, but our expert Mr. Ahmad Sbeata will provide practical tips on navigating these sensitive situations.p1

Join us at this empowering workshop where you’ll not only gain knowledge but also connect with other attendees who share similar experiences. Together, let’s equip ourselves with effective strategies to confidently guide our teenagers towards becoming happy, healthy adults!

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity!

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Workshop Topic 1: Troubles and Challenges in Dealing with Teenagers

Dealing with teenagers can sometimes feel like navigating a minefield of emotions and challenges. It’s no secret that this stage of life comes with its fair share of troubles, both for the adolescents themselves and those who care for them. Understanding these difficulties is the first step towards finding effective strategies to handle them.

During our workshop, Mr. Ahmad Sbeata will discuss all the challenges when dealing with teenagers and how to identify underlining troubles and spotting red flags.  As teenagers need independence and autonomy, they might push boundaries, question authority, or engage in risky behaviors as they explore their identities. This can be tough for parents who may feel caught between wanting to protect their child and allowing them to grow into responsible adults.

Mr. Sbeata will explore other challenges as well that arises from communication issues, peer pressure, technology and so on. Teenagers often struggle to express themselves openly, leading to misunderstandings or conflicts within the family unit. Parents must learn how to create a safe space where their teens feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and concerns without fear of judgment or punishment. Peer pressure is yet another trouble parents face when it comes to managing teenage behavior. Adolescents are heavily influenced by their friends’ opinions and actions, which can lead them astray from positive choices. Navigating this dynamic requires open dialogue about making good decisions while also acknowledging the pull of social acceptance. Additionally, technology poses a unique set of challenges in today’s digital age. Social media platforms expose teenagers to unrealistic standards, cyberbullying, and excessive screen time that can affect mental health negatively. Parents need guidance on setting healthy limits on technology use while teaching responsible online behavior.

We aim at the workshop to train parents how to overcome challenges and seek effective strategies in handling teenage behaviors effectively!

During the workshop, Mr. Ahmed Sbeata will share key indicators to look out for when it comes to your child’s speech and language development. He will discuss milestones that children should typically reach by certain ages, helping you understand what is considered “normal” progress.

Additionally, the workshop will identify specific red flags that might suggest a delay in speech or language acquisition. These could include difficulties with pronunciation, limited vocabulary, or struggles with understanding instructions.

By learning how to spot these signs of delay, you can take proactive steps towards seeking appropriate intervention if necessary. Early identification and intervention are crucial for optimal outcomes in supporting your child’s communication abilities.

Remember, every child develops at their own pace, so it is essential not to compare them with others too much. However, being equipped with knowledge about spotting developmental delays empowers us as parents to address any concerns effectively.

Workshop Topic 2: How Can Parents Approach Their Teenagers and Build a Healthy Relationship with Them?

When it comes to parenting teenagers, building and maintaining a healthy relationship can be quite challenging. However, with the right approach and strategies, parents can bridge the gap between them and their teens.

During our workshop, Mr. Sbeata will help and guide you on how to approach teenagers through effective communication, enhancing trust, setting certain boundaries and spending quality time with them.

 It’s crucial for parents to create an environment where open and respectful dialogue can take place. This means actively listening to your teenager without judgment or interruption. Give them the space to express themselves honestly, even if you may not always agree with their views.

Another key factor in building a healthy relationship is trust. Teenagers need to feel that they can confide in their parents without fear of being judged or punished. Avoid jumping to conclusions or making assumptions about their actions; instead, ask questions and try to understand their perspective.

Setting boundaries is also essential in fostering a positive parent-teenager dynamic. Clearly communicate your expectations while allowing room for negotiation and compromise. Involve your teenager in decisions that affect them so they feel empowered and respected.

Additionally, spending quality time together as a family is vital for strengthening relationships with teenagers. Plan activities that interest both you and your teen – whether it’s cooking together, going on outdoor adventures, or simply having meaningful conversations over meals.

Remember that building a healthy relationship takes time and effort from both sides. Be patient with yourself as well as your teenager during this process of growth and development!

Our training workshop will discuss these topics and more in more depth and we will take live examples and open space for discussion, question, and dialogue between Mr. Sbeata and the participants.

Workshop Topic 3: Effect of Parent's Lack of Patience, and Anxiety on Teenagers

Parenting can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but it also comes with its fair share of challenges. One topic that often gets overlooked is the effect of a parent’s lack of patience and anxiety on teenagers. During our workshop, we will discuss the aftermath of nervous parenting and anxious interactions in the family.  Mr. Ahmad Sbeata will explain the dangers of impatience in parenting especially on teenagers going into adulthood.

As teenagers are already going through a period of immense change and growth, both physically and emotionally, they are navigating their way through the complexities of adolescence while trying to establish their own identity. In this critical stage, parents play a crucial role in providing guidance and support.

However, when parents exhibit impatience or anxiety in dealing with their teenagers, it can have detrimental effects on their development. Lack of patience may lead to communication breakdowns and strained relationships between parents and teens. It can make them feel unheard or dismissed which may cause them to withdraw or act out.

Workshop topic 4: How to Deal with Teenagers after Divorce or Separation

Dealing with teenagers can be a challenging task, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. By attending a training workshop focused on handling teenagers and learning effective behavior management strategies, parents can gain valuable insights and tools to navigate this stage of their child’s life.

In the workshop, participants will explore various topics related to teenage behaviour management. Our topics range from identifying the troubles and challenges that come with dealing with teenagers and how to build healthy relationships with them.

Additionally, the workshop will address an increasingly prevalent issue: how to deal with teenagers after divorce or separation. Divorce can be particularly challenging for adolescents who may struggle with feelings of guilt or uncertainty about where they fit into each parent’s life post-separation. This section provides insights into creating stability amidst changing circumstances and establishing healthy co-parenting practices.

Finally, by participating in this comprehensive training workshop designed specifically for handling teenagers’ unique needs, parents will feel more confident in managing any obstacles they may encounter along the way. With newfound knowledge about teenage behaviour management strategies and practical advice from an expert in the field, parents are better equipped to guide their adolescents towards success.

Don’t miss out on this transformative opportunity! Register now for the workshop today and discover how to navigate the world of teenagers with ease

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Onsite, Online

English