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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Navigating the Rocky Road of Adolescence

A Group for Parents of Middle-School Aged Children

The Freedman Center for Child & Family Development at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology has announced a new group for parents of middle-schoolers called "Navigating the Rocky Road of Adolescence."

This 4-week series will give parents an opportunity to interact with other parents of children in middle school, in an exploration of the many changes that occur during this period of adolescence, and how they affect relationships at home and school. This group is also a great way for parents to develop a network of parents dealing with the many issues that can arise during this challenging time.

Advance registration is required as similar programs have filled up quickly in the past. There is a nominal $20 fee for the 4-week series, but MSPP offers financial assistance to those who need it.

This group begins on Tuesday, October 23 from 7:00-8:30 pm and will take place at the Freedman Center at MSPP, Ground Floor, One Wells Ave., in Newton. To register, go to http://freedman.mspp.edu, or call 617-332-3666, x1250.

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