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Adolescent Brain Development: “What Were you Thinking!?”


​Preferred registration deadline: November 24th

3 CEUs

Annie Philipps, MSW
Director, Partner Services, Wyman Center

Research has shown that adolescence represents a critical time period in brain development, with opportunities for adults to support teens in development of critical thinking and related executive functions. This session will begin with the basic biology of adolescent brain development, then will connect brain development to behavior patterns in adolescents. Strategic methods for interacting with teens in a manner that supports their development will be presented, discussed and practiced.

Class size is limited 35.

$50 General Admission
$30 Brown School Field Instructors

$10 Full-Time Graduate Students

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