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Understanding the Adolescent Brain: What Were You Thinking?

 

Lorien Carter, MSW
Associate Professor of the Practice, Brown School

Annie Philipps, MSW
Director, National Network Partner Services, Wyman

In this lecture, Lorien and Annie provide an overview of the neural processes occurring during adolescence, explaining how brain development influences behavior. Additionally, they share implications of this information for constructive interactions with teens.

Approximate duration: 1 hour

$15

1 social work CEU awarded, contingent on passing a multiple choice post-test (score of 70% or higher).

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*Following registration and credit card payment, you will be sent an email with links to view the lecture and take the post-test. Complete viewing and the post-test at your convenience any time over the next 30 days.

Resources to learn more about adolescent brain development.

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