Tara Brown Speaks At Baylor's Surviving The Teen Years Series Nov. 21

Friday, November 8, 2019
Tara Brown
Tara Brown

Award-winning author, educator, and international speaker Tara Brown will be the featured speaker for the second part of Baylor's “Surviving the Teen Years” series on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 6-8 p.m. in the Scotty Probasco Academic Center.

Presented by Baylor’s Health & Wellness team and the Baylor School Parent Alliance, the series was created for parents with children approaching the pre-teen years, or parents who already have teens.  The series will be of interest to anyone wanting to learn more about Surviving the Teen Years. 

Known as “The Connection Coach,” Ms. Brown's goal is to motivate, inspire and better equip adults to connect and have meaningful relationships with kids of all ages, so their potential can truly be unleashed.

To RSVP for the Nov. 21 event click here


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