Teenagers – When To Worry
Joe Rich, Social Worker & Therapist delivers clear and suitable advise for parents with teenagers in this segment. He addresses the significance of perspective when it comes to worrying about your teenagers.
It is natural for parents to feel and express concern for their children. Over worrying can be kept in check by measuring a scenario against large, fundamental matters related to your teen. This can be a strategy parents can apply to help manage fear.
One of the key messages delivered by Joe is that in order to help your children with their own apprehension it is important that you do not let your worry trump theirs.
Joe Rich has practiced social work for over 25 years. He has continued to provide counselling services for individuals, couples/relationships and families while building a strong presence in the media, mental health, camping and corporate communities as a trainer, educator, presenter and consultant for service delivery.
Joe is the author of Parenting: The Long Journey (Wiley and sons, 2006) and publishes regularly on line on a variety of topics. He is well respected for his empowering “figure it out and fix it” approach to relationships which has allowed him to assist others in moving towards healthy and long-term solutions to some of the day-to-day problems and issues faced in navigating through the realities of family and work life.
Throughout the years Joe has become a sought after keynote and conference presenter, entertaining and educating lay and professional audiences.
Joe is currently best known for his ongoing role as regular guest relationship and family therapist on The Marilyn Denis Show (City TV) and Last Chance For Romance (Global TV).