Saturday 4th February 11.30am – 12.30pm, Driver Lecture Room

Delivered by the talented Teenagers Translated team, this presentation distils the most current research in psychology, neuroscience and biochemistry into practical strategies.  The course aims to deepen an understanding of the links between emotions, physiology and behaviour and to promote the sort of communication and environment most likely to promote collaborative behaviour, growth and learning in teenagers and pre-teens.  Once issues like self-harm, eating disorders, dependency or social withdrawal have become established ways of coping with emotional turbulence, they are difficult to reverse without professional help. In this session we will explore early signals and how to prevent such issues from taking hold.


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