Make the Click Bridge the Gap (COM102)
It is a mix of presentation, group activities, exercises, assessments and case study analysis from real situations in our Muslim communities in North America. Lunch is included
Insha Allah this 7 hour intensive workshop will provide insights into the lives of teens, and provide parents and educators with tools and approaches they can use to deal effectively with difficult situations. It is a mix of presentation, group activities, exercises, assessments and case study analysis from real situations in our Muslim communities in North America. Lunch is included
Start time: 9:30 am
End Time: 4:30 pm
Presented by: Ayman Nassar, founder, Islamic Leadership Institute of America
*Does your teen not listen to you?
*Is your teen becoming isolated?
*Do you and your teen always get into arguments and can not communicate?
*Does your spouse and your teen never get along?
*Is your teen doing well in school, but you feel he or she can excel even further?
*Are you confused about teen culture and how to connect with your teen?
Attendees must register click here
Who Should Attend?
- Youth coaches
- Introduction to Teens
- What do Teens Need and Want from Adults
- Teen Challenges
- Communications Cornerstones
- Significance of Parents in Islam
- Youth-Adult Relationships from the Quran and Sunnah
- Listening Techniques
- Coaching Both Ways
- Motivating the Stubborn
- Mentoring Your Teen
- Effective Criticism
- Untying the Gridlock
- Dealing with Common Problems
- Over the Boundary: Drugs, Sex and Tawheed
- Real case studies
Attendees must register click here to register for the Event. Private counseling available after the workshop by appointment and for free.