Conflict Resolution Techniques for Parents & Carers

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Conflict can occur when two individuals disagree on their respective beliefs, values, or views. It’s not always just about arguing and shouting though. Conflict may occur immediately preceding an argument where there is a difference of opinion, ideas, and views. This can then escalate to heated discussion due to different views before the situation may become heated and an argument ensues. 

Parents and teens have many opportunities to disagree with one another on any number of issues. Adolescence is a time when independence and parental influence collide because teenagers are starting to think for themselves, while still living with parents who have rules and expectations for them. Teenagers do not always share their parents’ ideals and values, and their desire to follow their own beliefs and values often clashes with their parents’ desire to keep them safe and in line with their own belief system. 

Not all conflict is bad and indeed, when managed correctly, can help to resolve issues and clear the air.

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What Will You Learn?

  • The basics of conflict resolution techniques
  • Common reasons why teens fight with parents
  • Why teenagers reject parents’ solutions to their problems
  • Importance of conflict management for teenagers
  • Ways to handle defiance in teens
  • Conflict resolution techniques for your young person
  • Parents can bridge the generation gap

Course Content

Parent / Teen Conflict

  • Introduction
  • Common Reasons Why Teens Fight with Parents
  • Teenagers Reject Parents’ Solutions to Their Problems
  • Quiz 1

Conflict Resolution Techniques

Bonus: Staying Motivated

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