One Broken Mom

The Neuroscience of the Teenage Brain with Jax Anderson

November 16, 2019 Amee Quiriconi Season 2 Episode 29
One Broken Mom
The Neuroscience of the Teenage Brain with Jax Anderson
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One Broken Mom
The Neuroscience of the Teenage Brain with Jax Anderson
Nov 16, 2019 Season 2 Episode 29
Amee Quiriconi

For parents with teens, tweens or kids that will be at some point, this episode is another great one to listen to. Ameé speaks with a favorite repeat guest, Jax Anderson - a Wisconsin-based family therapist that specializes in teenagers. 

In this episode, Ameé and Jax talk about the neuroscience of adolescent brain development so that parents (and ever ourselves) can gain a greater understanding of the real biological and neurological changes happening in a tween and teenagers life. 

Our parents and their parents don't know what science knows now and that is a very long period of brain architecture and development happens between the ages of 12 until 25 years old! This is completely different than what many had thought about the way the brain forms and also gives us a better understanding of why teenagers act the way they do and what we REALLY need to do to parent them the right way through this period.

Resources
Jax Anderson - The Psyko Therapist on Facebook
The Psyko Therapist Website 

Show Notes

For parents with teens, tweens or kids that will be at some point, this episode is another great one to listen to. Ameé speaks with a favorite repeat guest, Jax Anderson - a Wisconsin-based family therapist that specializes in teenagers. 

In this episode, Ameé and Jax talk about the neuroscience of adolescent brain development so that parents (and ever ourselves) can gain a greater understanding of the real biological and neurological changes happening in a tween and teenagers life. 

Our parents and their parents don't know what science knows now and that is a very long period of brain architecture and development happens between the ages of 12 until 25 years old! This is completely different than what many had thought about the way the brain forms and also gives us a better understanding of why teenagers act the way they do and what we REALLY need to do to parent them the right way through this period.

Resources
Jax Anderson - The Psyko Therapist on Facebook
The Psyko Therapist Website