How to create a Better Relationship with your Teen
―and the 3 mistakes that keep parents frustrated, worried and confused
A Four Part Video Series
Questions parents ask:
- Is your teen giving you attitude?
- Are your buttons being pushed?
- Are you wondering how you are going to BOTH raise a teenager and keep your sanity?
My gift to you is a complimentary video series, “How to create a Better Relationship with your Teen – and the 3 mistakes that keep parents frustrated, worried and confused”
Now is the opportunity to make a difference in you and your teen’s life!
15 Teen Talk is a complimentary video series giving necessary tools to improve your relationship with your teenagers. Christine Alisa, a well known expert introduces important keys and detailed steps designed for parents, therapists, educators and others who need it, helping them how to listen to your teen, as quickly, easily and with as little stress as possible.
Starts Tuesday October 3rd at 6 PDT
October 10th at 6:00 p.m
October 17th at 6:00 p.m
October 24th at 6:00 p.m
Learn Proven Solutions forLasting Change with Your Teen
#1: Christine answers popular questions that parents ask: how to get my teen to listen? She gives 5 ways to make communication easier in her step by step approach to make communication easier.
Turning Anger Into Positive Interactions
#2: When asked for more information about the guide, the reasons behind creating a guide on x and what they hope to accomplish with it, Christine Alisa, MFT said:
“Having a good relationship with your teen is better than fighting everyday. You can’t live with ignoring your teen & many people ask me how to get my teenager to listen, or how can I get my teenager to talk to me. These are important skills to develop as they get older.”
Setting Limits Set You Free
#3: Christine talks about how to handle your teen when they push your/their limits or boundaries. Teens need limits because their brain (capacity) hasn’t allowed them to provide their own limits.
How to Keep Your Sanity When Your Child Becomes a Teen
#4: How to keep a balance between being involved with your teens life and having your own space. Christine give self-care tips, free guided meditations for the parent to ease the stress of the transition the teen is going through. Christine answers the questions of what tips, advice puts more responsibility on the teen for their own behavior.
Examples: what is it that you need to do to take care of your school work, I am willing to help but what is your part.
Join us LIVE! with Christine Alisa, M.S.
Tuesday, October 10th at 6:00 p.m. PSD
Click on the button below to get instant access to the free video series. Build the foundation for a close and lasting relationship and guide your teen to become a succesful adult NOW.
Part 1: Learn Proven Solutions for Lasting Change with Your Teen
Video Series Based on Book
Christine’s book Your Itty Bitty Communicating With Your Teenager Book: 15 Steps to Creating A Better Relationship With Your Teen is a #1 Amazon Best Seller and must have handbook for families who have a teen in their life. Designed to be small enough to fit in your purse and written so you can read it while waiting in the doctor’s office.
Christine specializes in working with children & adolescents in areas trauma, abuse, and learning disabilities. She wrote this book with the goal of helping families who struggle with the changes they see in their teenager.
If communicating with your teen interests you, pick up a copy of this powerful fact-filled book today! To purchase your copy today go to Amazon
Your Amazing Itty Bitty®
Communicating With Your Teenager Book
15 Essential Steps to Creating A Better Relationship with Your Teen
Very Helpful Book!
Very helpful book. I have teens, so I can relate to all the topics that the author covers. It’s loaded with practical information that’s easy to use on the spot. I especially like how this book gives simple direct information without all the extra stories to wade through… like most other books. Being a parent you need information quick, succinct and immediate. This book delivers on all three.Amazon Customer
I was a child and I can honestly say that the tips in this book would have improved my family’s communication a great deal. It i
While I’m not a mother, I was a child and I can honestly say that the tips in this book would have improved my family’s communication a great deal. It isn’t often easy to see kids as separate individuals with their own personalities and life situations they are navigating. This book provides a practical guide to understanding how to create a healthy line of communication between parents and kids.CarolP
Brilliant guidance for parents, educators and therpaists!
A must-read for parents, educators and therapists. Christine highlights specific guidelines to help parents avoid the common pitfalls that put parents off kilter during the teenage years. Her clear, concise directions and valuable strategies regarding such things as how to listen to your teen, how to help them with peer pressure and what to do when you get your buttons pushed are brilliant! The book is easy to read with a clear structure, making it accessible to anyone who has only a limited time to read. I highly recommend this book!Laurie Hacking
I have a 14 year old daughter and have come to a couple bumpy situations. This book is a life saver thank you Author Christine Alisa for your stress relief insights on dealing with my teen!!Amazon Customer
Christine Alisa, M.S. is a traditionally based clinician and an Alternative Therapist. Her innovative work with adults, families, children and therapists moves people through an effective transformational process uncovering and clearing issues of abuse and trauma.
Christine Alisa, M.S. MFT21144
295 Redondo Ave., Suite 103
Long Beach, CA 90803
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