Parent & Teen Seminar

Free Seminar: Understanding your teenagers brain - How to help your teenager to be successful and happy 

You work hard everyday to support your teenager’s success. Most of the time you do a great job. Yet sometimes you feel frustrated are you are not sure what is the best way to help. 

Consider these questions:

  • Is your teenager struggling to cope with the challenges of school and life?
  • Are you overwhelmed by all the changes that are occurring in your teenager’s life?
  • Would you like to gain a better understanding of how to help your teenager?
  • Would you like to communicate with her/him more effectively?  

In this seminar you will learn:

    • How to help your teenager perform better at school and in life 
    • The science behind the changes happening in your teenagers’ brain
    • How to identify early signs of distress in your teenager
  • Strategies to help your teenager overcome challenges and be happy
  • Powerful ways to communicate and influence your teenager

This seminar will incorporate neuropsychology and brain-based strategies of emotional and social intelligence to empower you and your child.

Register today! Seats are limited!

Date & Time: This even is canceled due to the speaker's personal emergency.
Location: @SpringLight Education, 20432 Silverado Ave, Suite 7, Cupertino, CA 95014
Registration: http://tiny.cc/Teen
Contact: 408-480-2505, 650-557-6805

Brief bio of speakers:

Nabi De Angulo, Psychotherapist

Nabi De Angulo is the co-founder of Hermana Luna. A non-profit whose mission is to promote mental and physical health through ecologically sustainable initiatives.

Nabi is a certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider (MHIMP), Trauma-Informed Yoga Practitioner and Clinical Trauma Professional.  Her therapeutic approach integrates a combination of psychosomatic modalities to help survivors of complex trauma find healing and restoration in their lives. 

Nabi began her career in a rural community in the mountains of Bolivia working with community-based projects to address the root causes of her neighborhood’s challanges including, gang-related violence, addictions, intimate partner violence and child abuse. Nabi received a Master's in Social Policy and Practice with a concentration in Child Development from the University of Pennsylvania. Her fascination with neuroscience stemmed from working with pregnant and parenting adolescents in Philadelphia centering her work on  bonding and attachment between infant and caregiver as well as the impact of trauma on brain development. 


Mahama Nyankamawu, Performance & Well-being Coach

 Mahama Nyankamawu is a professional coach based in Palo Alto. Mahama’s  mission is to empower teenagers to discover long-term happiness and transform the world.

Mahama is the director of Breakthrough Paths and works with business executives, teenagers and educational leaders in the Bay Area to enhance performance, improve communication skills, increase emotional resilience and attain personal mastery. 

 Mahama has 10+ years of experience working in corporate America, City Government and serving as CEO of Volta LLC, a California based clean energy company that provides energy services to institutions and businesses in Ghana. 

Mahama has graduate degrees in Engineering from Georgia Tech and Public Administration from Columbia University. He is the co-author of ‘Career 3.0 - Career Planning Advice to Find your Dream Job in Today’s Digital World’  

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