Free Parenting Tips Newsletter from Aspen Education Group

Aspen helps youth and families through its educational programs such as boarding schools, wilderness programs, summer camps, and weight loss programs that deal with behavior problems, academic issues and learning differences, and childhood obesity.

Parenting Newsletter

Aspen Education Group produces a free e-mail newsletter on Parenting and Relationship Tips.

Topics in the past have included:

Building Trust Between Parent and Teen
Helping Your Teen Develop Healthy Relationships
Should ADD Be an Excuse for Bad Behavior?
Family Communication
Listening to Your Teenager
Setting Rules and Boundaries
Drugs and Teens

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The Parenting Tips Newsletter from Aspen Education Group

Aspen Education Group offers a free biweekly newsletter for parents. The newsletter covers a wide variety of topics relating to parenting children – from younger kids to teens to young adults.

Past Topics Have Included:

The Parenting Tips Newsletter
from Aspen Education Group

Aspen Education Group offers a free biweekly newsletter for parents. The newsletter covers a wide variety of topics relating to parenting children – from younger kids to teens to young adults.

Past Topics Have Included:


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Wilderness Therapy Programs
If you know your child has been engaging in risky or troubling behaviors or you have been unsuccessful in your efforts to help your child overcome these issues during the school year, it might be time to consider a therapeutic wilderness program. Unlike a general summer camp, wilderness therapy programs use outdoor experiences like camping and orienteering to help troubled teens confront and work through issues ranging from substance abuse to more severe behavioral problems. If you’ve spent most of the school year waiting for your teen to turn things around (or hoping that he/she will), it’s worth investigating wilderness therapy programs with qualified, experienced counselors and staff.

Summer Camps for Teens
If your child enjoyed a relatively successful academic year but you’re concerned about the freedom and lack of routine summer vacation affords, a summer camp designed especially for teens might just be the answer. More and more parents are enrolling their teens in day and residential camps because of the consistent daily structure, guidance and supervision they afford. What’s more, the camps are becoming more and more popular among teens because most provide experiences and opportunities not available at home or during the school year. From kayaking, rock climbing, backpacking and other outdoor experiences to music, cooking and fine arts, teens have the opportunity to discover or build on their interests and skills in an environment that helps them focus their energies in positive and constructive ways.