Build Your Family Code: Prevention Tools to Use Throughout Your Child’s Development – Webinar
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Build Your Family Code: Prevention Tools to Use Throughout Your Child’s Development – Webinar

Join Dr. Crystal Collier as she hosts a workshop for parents to learn how to apply prevention principles for child/teen high-risk behavior.

Speaker: Crystal Collier, PhD, LPC-S, Former Hope and Healing Center & Institute Murphy-Petersen Behavioral Health Fellow, Author of The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide: A Neurodevelopmental Guide for Parents and Families Who Want to Prevent Youth High-Risk Behavior

Dr. Crystal Collier, author of The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide, will show parents and families how to build a family code that can be used as a developmental prevention tool. Parents will learn prevention science tools and parenting techniques to use with kids from early childhood to college. Kids are exposed to a myriad of high-risk behaviors in our digital world earlier than kids from previous generations. The brain-based tools found in The NeuroWhereAbouts Guide will empower parents and equip kids with the information and skills they need to keep their brain development on track!

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