Most commonly, some of the mental ‘software’ to wrestle with strong emotions already exists in most teenagers. ‘Restraint-ability, as it turns out, builds throughout childhood development with each passing year being accompanied by more and more capacity to exert self-control.
But, there are many things that parents can do to maximise a teenager’s restraint ability. To start with, parents need to be able to control three things at home for their teenager’s mind to work best. They need to ensure that a teenager gets enough sleep, that they limit a teenager’s use
of technology and that we limit the risks of using drugs or alcohol.
This webinar will address what a parent can do, to maximise a teenager’s self-control. To view the webinar, click on the button below.