The White Mountain Waldorf School, will present a public lecture “Tweens and Teens”
at Salyard’s Center for The Arts, in Conway NH, on March 7th at 7:00pm.
This wide-range presentation will introduce many issues that challenge the modern-day tweenager, teenager, parent and teacher. Kim John Payne will present and explore many issues effecting young people between the ages of 10 and 18, and offer workable strategies for navigating what is one of the most difficult periods for parents, teachers and teenagers alike. Some topics include: Navigating the Squalls (the phases of adolescence and how these may be expressed and anticipated), Venus & Mars (the similarities and the differing needs of boys and girls), Coming of Age (rethinking how to help the 12-14 year old prepare for a changing world), Threshold Issues (an overview of addictive tendencies and how to meet them in creative ways) and “But they are my friends!” (the peer group and defining the roles played within it and how can adults work with the peer group and not against it).
Kim John Payne, M.ED, has been a family and school counselor, adult educator, consultant and researcher for twenty seven years. He regularly gives key note addresses at international conferences for educators, parents, and therapists as well as runs workshops and trainings around the World. In addition, he is a consultant and trainer to over 110 U.S. independent and public schools including the White Mountain Waldorf School. In each role, he has been helping children, adolescents and parents explore issues such as social difficulties with siblings and classmates, attention and behavioral issues at home and school. He will also address emotional issues such as defiance, aggression, addiction and self-esteem and the vital role that living a balanced simple life brings.
He has appeared frequently on media including ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox, on radio with the British Broadcast Corporation, Sirius/XM, CBC and National Public Radio NPR and in print including being features in Time Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, Parenting, Mothering, Times Union and the LA Times.
The Tweens and Teens lecture will be presented by Kim John Payne at Salyard’s Center for The Arts in Conway, on March 7, starting at 7 pm. This event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the White Mountain Waldorf School.
The White Mountain Waldorf School would like to especially thank The Conway Historic Society for providing Salyard’s Center for The Arts for this event.
There are many opportunities to learn more about the White Mountain Waldorf School, including A Walk Through The Grades every Tuesday at 8am, which is an observation of grades 1-8 during their main lesson. To register for these events, contact Karen Albert, Administrator 603.447.3168 or email@example.com.
Founded in 1984, The White Mountain Waldorf School is an independent, not-for-profit, non-sectarian school providing pre-school, kindergarten and elementary education, located on 75 acres in Albany, NH just south of Conway Village.
Visit us on-line at http://www.whitemountainwaldorf.org for more information