Navigating the Teenage Brain
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Navigating the Teenage Brain

Have you ever wondered why your teen makes the decisions they do? This presentation outlines how brain development and stress in teens play a major role in the behaviors we see in our children as they grow and develop. Dr. Stanford discusses how stress affects brain development and decision making in our teens and will identify the difference between typical and atypical behaviors.

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