2018 Annual Teen Panel – March 19, 2018
TEEN PANEL DISCUSSION
Know your own child through the voices of peers
Students from Bay Area high schools share their world and perspectives in an open, frank discussion moderated by therapists – and answer questions about school life, socializing and parenting approaches that work.
Don’t miss the most revealing and informative event of the year. An anonymous panel of students from San Francisco high schools will tell you what issues teens are talking about and are most concerned with. They will share their experiences and insights on topics ranging from workload, home life, stress, sex, relationships and more. What are they really worried about? What kind of support do they need and welcome from their parents? What do parents do that annoys them? How much partying actually goes on, and what are the newest risks in their social lives? How are they coping with all the social and academic challenges of high school life? These are just a few of the themes that will come up at this enlightening evening of teen confession, opinion and discussion.
Moderated by Hilary Davis, MFT and Holly Greenberg, MFT.
March 19, 2018 7:00pm to 9:00pm
(Please note earlier starting time)
The Jewish Community High School of the Bay
1835 Ellis St. (between Pierce and Scott)
Parking is available in a secure lot (enter on Pierce between Ellis & Eddy).
FOR PARENTS AND GUARDIANS
Door ticket prices: Member School Parents $10.00; Others $15.00.
This popular event sells out. Buy your tickets online and arrive early for good seats.