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Talking With Teens In A Way That Actually Works

Date(s) - April 28, 2021
11:00 am - 1:00 pm


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Lisa Raftery
Talking With Teens In A Way That Actually Works

About the Topic
Lisa will be talking about the art of communicating with teens. 
How do we ask the right questions? When is the best time to chat?
Do they really hear us? Are we really listening? What does ‘whatever’ mean?
For the answers to these and other questions all parents of teenagers ask, join us for our April Lunch Tables!

About the Speaker 
Lisa Raftery is a dedicated educator with 27 years of experience working with students in the public, private, and homeschool arenas. She also created and directed an after-school program for students living in restricted-income housing, developing life skills curriculum to help students take action steps toward their dreams. A published author of novels and curriculum for teens, Lisa has spoken to countless parents, encouraging them on their journey of raising the next generation. She is on a parenting journey of her own as she and her husband have a 20-year-old son and three teenage daughters. Currently, Lisa is consulting in the corporate space, helping businesses with organization, presentations, media content, and training.