A power talk about teens

Join us on November 22, 2022 at 10am

Register https://tiny.one/LarissaMills 

for your complimentary spot.

Parents, Coaches and Teachers, what tools do you have in your tool belt to manage phones and behaviour with your teens?
As a parent, I get it – it’s hard getting along with our kids during their teen years.

Raising kids is super complicated today with phones and all this tech, I understand. I had to find balance for my 3 children and an academy of athletes. Many kids today are struggling with SELF DOUBT, CONFIDENCE and lack of MENTAL SKILLS. With my “10 STEP SCREEN ROUTINES, your kids can thrive and decrease phone use. Let’s teach resilience and watch them become unstoppable.

That’s why I was so thrilled when my friend (and parent of two teens) Rocco Luisi told me he was hosting an interview series all around this topic. Rocco and his wife have been struggling to parent their two teen boys, so he decided to take on a research (and passion) project to learn the approaches that top experts on parenting teens are taking to raise great human beings and diffuse household conflict.

This research project has turned into an interview series, where he is interviewing ten other parenting experts (including me!).

The Summit is called: Overcoming Teen Angst: How to stop fighting with your teens so your family can achieve mammoth improvements in happiness, calmness and relationships.

I have a complementary ticket for you to attend. You can register using this link: https://tiny.one/LarissaMills. Just so you know, you will be able to watch from your home, office or on the go.  It will be broadcast live on November 22, 2022 at 10am. 

This Summit is for parents who want to experience a happier home and improve their relationship with their teens by learning how to communicate better, get out of power struggles and stay grounded when our teens trigger us.

Here’s some of what’s going to be covered in the video interviews:

  • How to get your teens to tell you everything.
  • How to communicate with your teens.
  • How to get out of power struggles.
  • How to handle cell phone and electronics usage.
  • How to stay grounded when your teen triggers you.

These interviews are REAL, short and to the point CONVERSATIONS with experts who have helped parents just like you have better relationships with their teens.  The experts, topics and bios are below.

SO let me ask you this: what would it be worth to you to be able to sit at the feet of ten parenting experts who are improving parent-teen relationships all around the world to find out how they are doing it?

For me, it’s worth A LOT, which is why I will not only be a speaker, but I’ll be attending to.

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RHEA LALLA

TOPIC: How Do You Get Your Teen To Tell You Everything?

 

 

Rhea is an Emotional Intelligence Specialist and Certified Relationship/Parenting Coach for over 20 years. She’s worked with The United Nations, UNICEF, Mindvalley University,  Children’s Aid,  Fortune 500 Corporations and supports Parents and Couples globally to discover and transform whatever holds them back from creating strong relationships they feel proud of.  She has designed, developed the K to 12 EQ Curriculums for parents, teachers and students for schools globally including The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Schools.

JANINE HALLORAN

TOPIC: Coping Skills For Teens

Janine Halloran is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has been working with children, teens, and their families for 20 years. She has been helping children and teens build their coping skills throughout her career in a variety of settings, including schools, mental health clinics and in her private practice. She founded Coping Skills for Kids to help children and teens learn healthy and safe ways to manage big feelings. She has written several books, including the bestselling Coping Skills for Kids Workbook, the Coping Skills for Teens Workbook and the Social Skills for Kids Workbook. She is also the host of the Calm & Connected Podcast. Her work has been featured in the Boston Globe, CNN, Huffington Post, and The Skimm® Newsletter. Janine lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two children.

SUSAN BORISON

TOPIC: How To Communicate With Your Teen

Susan Borison founded Your Teen Media in 2007 when she found herself looking for her next chapter. Her oldest of five was deep in teenager, and Susan couldn’t find parenting resources that answered her daily question, “Is this normal?” For the next fifteen years, Susan and the Your Teen team have been on a mission to answer that question for anyone raising teenagers.

LARISSA MILLS

TOPIC: Cell Phone Usage

Meet Larissa, she is the Founder of, “The Mental Game Academy” and Mental Skills Educator. Her experience arises from education, behavioural study, sports and coaching. She is here to teach athletes their edge in sports and improve their mental game to be the best athletes they can be. She created Iparentgen.com that helps parents and schools to balance tech and prevent phone addiction. The Corporate world is loving her programs and workshops that are designed to develop Resilience, Emotional Intelligence, Healthy Phone Habits to feel unstoppable as humans. She is the Creator and Educational Behavioural Consultant  for Iparentgen.com that helps families and schools to balance phones and tech. She is the mother of 3 superhumans and encourages all families to find their unplugged time for our children’s MENTAL HEALTH.

DEBRA BECK

TOPIC: Helping Parents Stay Grounded When Triggered

Debra Beck, Author of the award-winning book My Feet Aren’t Ugly, A Girl’s Guide to Loving herself from the inside out, is a devoted mentor for teens and parents on issues facing teenagers and parents today.
Debra discovered her life’s work: She is devoted to guiding parents and teens through these turbulent years to give them the tools they need to understand their behavior so they can create an open and  harmonious connection. She is the parent of two grown daughters and understands the worries of parenting and how important it is to show up for your teens. 
She has created and facilitated her own mother daughter and family retreats, workshops, girl’s groups, parenting groups and individual mentoring and online courses through Empowered Teens & Parents. Because she has experienced both being a tormented teen and a worried parent, she mentors through her heart with compassion.
She currently resides in Sedona, Arizona.

DOUGLAS GREEN

TOPIC: How Teen Shame Leads to Conflict With Parents

Douglas Green is the author of the widely-acclaimed 2015 book The Teachings of Shirelle – Life Lessons from a Divine Knucklehead, and runs the advice website AskShirelle.combased on the wisdom in the book, which he was taught by his ridiculous dog.  Released from decades in the entertainment business for good behavior, he directed the film The Hiding Place, and now works as a psychotherapist in Los Angeles, specializing in children and teenagers.  His recent novel, A Dog of Many Names, is available, published by CircuitBreaker Books.

LORI GETZ

TOPIC: Social Media And The Power Of Normalization

Lori Getz, M.A., is an Educational Technologist, mother, author and Internet safety expert.  Over the past two decades, Lori  has had the pleasure of working with schools, corporations and communities to help bring the safe, responsible and ethical use of technology to Internet users across the country. She often lectures live discussing issues related to online privacy, personal safety, Internet security, pornography and grooming, cyberbullying and health and wellness.
Lori has been a regular contributor to online educational and parenting websites; she has authored two books for tweens and teens; The Tech Savvy User’s Guide to the Digital Worldand Like Ability: The Truth About Popularity.  She is a frequent guest on Cable News, Today and GMA and local TV news, radio and podcasts talking about kids and technology. Her goal is to help facilitate better conversations around texting, gaming, social media, technology in education and all things digital.
For more information, please go to lorigetz.com.

DEBBIE GODFREY

TOPIC: How To Get Out Of Power Struggles With Your Teen

Debbie Godfrey is the OG of Positive Parenting!  Debbie was the first to teach positive parenting in the online space launching her website, PositiveParenting.com, in 1995. (This was before cell phones and social media). Debbie connects with parents because she is right there with you.  She raised three children with Positive Parenting and is now up close and personally involved with three of her grandchildren. With her twenty thousand hours of experience behind her, Debbie confidently and expertly leads parents through the difficulties of parenting today.

DR. NALINI ZINU

TOPIC: Emotional Intelligence & Parent Self-Regulation

Dr. Nalini is a Right Brain Education coach and a Certified Parenting coach. Nalini is a multi award winning educator and featured in national and international magazines. Having educated more than 2,000 parents to implement Right Brain Eduction at home, she is on a mission to help moms to thrive in their motherhood with her unique parent coaching program.

KRIYA LENDZION

TOPIC: Building A Relationship With Your Teen By Communicating To Be Influential

Kriya Lendzion has journeyed from her own years as a “hot mess” teen in high conflict with her parents, to becoming one of the nation’s leading youth addiction and prevention specialists. She has been a school counselor, adolescent therapist, and drug and alcohol educator for over two decades. As a parent coach, speaker, and author, Kriya empowers adults to be “teen whisperers” with the youth in their lives, in order to help “addiction-proof” them for an increasingly risky and addictive world. 

“Why are you not taking care of your mental health as much as your physical health?”

No one ever asked me this before.  It wasn’t until I was struggling and it showed on the field that I realised that I needed help.  Not knowing who to ask or where to go added to the stress.  Then I heard about the Mental Game Academy.

Kevin Dooley