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Kathryn Berkett - WHAT’S GOING ON? Navigating the Adolescent Years

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Edgecumbe College

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Edgecumbe, Bay of Plenty 3120

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The adolescent years are an incredible time for change -so much is going on for our youth as they transition from children to adults !

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The adolescent years are an incredible time for change. So much is going on for our youth as they transition from children to adults. This session will outline the main changes that are physically happening in their brains and in their bodies. You will be amazed at what is going on, and it will make so much sense!

Understanding the changes, and how they affect our adolescents, will give you and increased ability to deal with the behaviour that results from them. Adolescence is an important time for increasing resilience, so this information will help you support them in this area too. The beauty of this session is that you can take the information and immediately apply it to your world. Reports of ‘you have changed our household’ and ‘I get it now’ are very common feedbacks from those who attend this session. Come along to this unique, local opportunity to hear what might be the most useful information of your life!

Kathryn is a mother of two adolescents, with a Masters in Educational Psychology. Kathryn has been working around trauma-informed practice, and training national and international audiences for over twenty years; working with groups such as Police, Teachers, Parents, Social Workers, NZRugby and many more. She also has a TEDx talk online – “Neuroscience of Device Zombies”

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