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5th December 2019
Emil Jackson is Head of Psychotherapy within the Adolescent and Young Adult Department at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, and he came to speak at Brampton College last week as part of our teenage wellbeing and parenting series of talks. With a background in Child and Adult Psychotherapy, Emil runs workshops focused on understanding and surviving the challenges of adolescence – something many parents recognise the need for.
Emil’s years’ of experience in this field have resulted in an approach to coaching which is hugely supportive of parents, encouraging them to engage positively with the uncertainty, unpredictability and anxiety which today very much go with the territory of parenting adolescents. He spoke both compellingly and compassionately about the trials and tribulations of being a teenager in today’s rapidly-changing world and highlighted the following points in particular:
Thank you Emile for such a thought-provoking and advice-filled talk.
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