Boys experience puberty also and while usually starting later than girls, the time in a boys life between the ages of 10-13 is filled with many physical and emotional changes. These changes are exciting, but also are often puzzling, sometimes embarrassing, and usually challenging to a young adolescent. Join us for a discussion that will focus on the physiological changes of puberty, the developmental tasks of early adolescence and ways to improve communication between boys and their parents. This class features a time for boys and their parents to be together but also have time for facilitated discussion separately.
Fee: $25 for each parent/child duo; $12.50 for each additional sibling. Payment is collected at class.
For questions or interest in the class contact:
Libby Rosen, PhD, RN – [email protected]