As we approach Hanukkah, a time of light, too many of our teens are struggling to maintain their mental wellness in the face of renewed academic and social pressures as the pandemic recedes. Some are finding a way to channel their concerns into positive change for themselves and their communities.
Join Moving Traditions and Dr. Betsy Stone as we examine ways we can support the teens in our lives, shine a light on these pervasive issues, and help our youth find their way.
Moderated by Moving Traditions’ own Rabbi Tamara Cohen, we will give parents actionable tips and ideas—rooted in wellbeing, caring connections, and pursuit of justice—to support your teens and embolden them to thrive.
We will be joined by a panel of teens, who will share from their perspective how we as adults can better support their personal wholeness, their relationships with peers, and their efforts to address the societal issues they feel impacted by today.+ More... - Less...
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