On October 6, join Donna Shea to explore adolescent development and how this exciting, yet sometimes excruciating process, of growing up can impact family life. Surviving Adolescence will explore why teens become allergic to their parents and how boys and girls journey through adolescence in similar and different ways.
About the Speaker
Donna Shea is a behaviorist and a pioneer in providing community-based social education programs for elementary-age children. She has developed & directed programs for children at the Peter Pan Center in Massachusetts since 2002. Donna holds a degree in Behavioral Science from Lesley University and is a behavioral consultant to pre-schools, schools, parent groups, and human service agencies.