“The Big 5” Addiction Concerns – What Can Parents Do? with Dr Aaron Weiner, PhD | Chicago North Shore Moms

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“The Big 5” Addiction Concerns – What Can Parents Do? with Dr Aaron Weiner, PhD

June 24 @ 7:00 pm

$10.00, Live Webinar: June 24, 7pm CST (60 min)

Teens and tweens are understandably going to experiment with their independence and decision-making, but how can parents tell the difference between “normal” exploration and an escalating problem that merits concern? Join Dr. Weiner to discuss “the big five” most common addictions teens and tweens stumble into (alcohol, THC, gaming, social media, and nicotine), understand why teens and tweens are most vulnerable to these substances and/or behaviors, and what parents can do about it.
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More events with Dr. Weiner


1. June 17- Teens, Tweens & Screens
2. June 25- “The Big 5” Addiction Concerns. What can parents do?
3. July 1- Stress Management for Teens and Tweens
4. July 8- Depression & Anxiety- Learn how to mitigate risks
5. July 15- Proactively Navigating Difficult Conversations
6. July 29- Let’s Talk- a Q&A with Dr. Weiner

More on Dr. Weiner:

He has spoken nationally on the topics of opioid addiction, marijuana commercialization, and the vaping epidemic. He was recently featured in a piece via APA.org on new approaches to combating youth substance abuse and wrote a piece featured on a popular parent website on how to talk to your teens and tweens about vaping:


He is working to take regulatory action to curb youth exposure and access to addictive, unhealthy influences purportedly meant for adults only and change policy to protect young people (as detailed in an op-ed published by Chicago Tribune):


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