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You asked, we listened! By popular demand, we’re offering a brand-new webinar that will benefit every youth professional, no matter your experience level.

In our youth groups, parents can be our best advocates, or our biggest challenge. We all know how much more we can accomplish when parents are our allies; however, we sometimes run into those who are reluctant to support us, or just outright contentious.

Join us for an interactive webinar led by Dr. Betsy Stone, where you’ll learn how to cultivate a respectful and collaborative relationship with every type of parent so that you can give your teens the best experience possible. This will be a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss specific challenges with Dr. Stone, as well as your peers.


Dr. Betsy Stone

Betsy Stone Head ShotBetsy received her Doctorate in Psychology from Yale University. She is a psychologist and for the last fifteen years has served as an adjunct lecturer at the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion. Her classes include Human Development for Educators, Adolescent Development and Teens In and Out of Crisis. She also teaches a family education class in her synagogue, Temple Sinai of Stamford, for 6th and 7th graders and their parents. She is a Grinspoon-Steinhart winner and has recently been speaking on teen suicide issues, including 3 national webinars on 13 reasons why, and a national webinar for ARJE on working with adolescents and emerging adults.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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