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The Keys to Helping Teens At-Risk

by Apr 15, 2018Uncategorized

Renowned family therapist Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT invites MASK for a discussion to help us deal with helping teens at-risk.

Prevention is the key and parents must be vigilant in helping their children with schooling, learning and social disabilities when they are younger before the pain and resentment a child has inside grows to the point it becomes unmanageable.

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Link to the video on Hidabroot.com

"We have an obligation as a community to strengthen our children and hold them close so that they don't become disconnected"

- Dr. E. Rosen, MD

"We have an obligation as a community to strengthen our children and hold them close so that they don't become disconnected"

- Dr. E. Rosen, MD

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