The Exuberant Adolescent Brain
The more we know about adolescents’ brains, and our own brains in relationship to theirs, the easier it is to find the space for resonance, connection and self-compassion. Join Sarah Peyton to explore what is happening in the adolescent brain, including addiction and attachment, and guidance for holding space for teens and our teenage selves.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
Hang on! Let go! How do we find a balance when we are parenting or helping to hold space for teenagers? And what if we are called to work with difficult life events that happened to us when we were teenagers? Either way, the more we know about adolescents' brains, and our own brains in relationship to theirs, the easier it is to find the space for resonance, connection and self-compassion. This recording covers: What is happening in the adolescent brain? What about risk taking and impulsivity? Addiction and alcohol abuse Attachment in the teen brain Questions and Time for Integration