Parent University – Bridging the Cultural Digital Gap

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02/21/18 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Barrington High School GRC
Address: 616 W. Main Street, Barrington, IL 60010

Brandon Tessers (M.A., Marriage and Family Therapy) is a counselor with the Center for Identity Potential. He will be sharing a message that will help families balance a healthy integration of technology into their daily lives. Brandon will help us all explore the conflict that technology sometimes creates and the important questions we must ask ourselves to find the happy medium. “Are we more concerned than parents in the 70’s or are we simply faced with different obstacles?” Brandon presents a framework to make conflict less likely or less intense within the household.

Audience: All Parents

 

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