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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Developing Resilience in Teens and Fostering Diverse Friendships - Free Talk in Weston April 15th Featuring Brenda Dater

From the Tremont Forum Series

April 10, 2015

Tremont School will host a presentation and discussion with Brenda Dater, MPH, MSW on Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at 7:00pm.

As part of the Tremont School's free Forum series, the evening will focus on helping parents develop strategies to build resilience in their teenage children and support them as they develop and maintain friendships with a variety of peers. Author Brenda Dater will also share strategies for parents to look after their own well-being through the often-turbulent teenage years.

About Brenda Dater, MPH, MSW

An experienced facilitator of support groups for teens and parents, Dater holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Master's degrees in Social Work and Public Health from the University of Michigan. She is currently the Director of Child and Teen Services at AANE.

As a parent of three teenage boys with diverse learning and social profiles, and through her work counseling families through the teenage years, she has extensive experience supporting a wide variety of relationships.

She recently published Parenting Without Panic, and will have copies of the books on hand for purchase and signing.

When:   7:00 - 8:30pm Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Where: Tremont School, 57 Brown Street, Weston, MA

Register HERE.

Please join us at this event, which is free and open to the public.

About Tremont School

With an innovative, individualized and project-based learning environment, Tremont School is pleased to host this discussion addressing the school's mission to create a deliberately diverse and collaborative community. A core belief of the school is that strong communities are built on a foundation of respect for diversity of thought, learning styles, personality and culture. Maintaining diverse friendships and developing resilience are important elements of Tremont's innovative school climate.

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