Denver – The Complex Inner World of Today’s Teens in a #metoo World

Thursday, February 15, 2018 5:30-7:00 p.m.
The Community Room at Polo North (in Cherry Creek)
2552 E. Alameda Ave., Denver, CO 80209

Please join us for a dynamic and informative session for parents of pre-teens and teens, educators, teen clinicians, and other youth professionals on the joys and challenges of raising healthy, modern Jewish teens in a #metoo world.

Moving Traditions’ Chief of Education and Program, Rabbi Daniel Brenner, will lead an exploration of some of the major pressures and issues (anxiety, conflict with authority, social media, etc.) facing Jewish teens today —  and how the Jewish community can respond.

To RSVP by February 14, click here to email Jen Kraft, Colorado Director.

About the Facilitator

Rabbi Daniel Brenner helps Jewish communities address the spiritual and developmental needs of pre-teens and teens. Daniel creates teen-focused mentoring programs that bring together psychological approaches based on social-emotional learning with spiritual approaches that focus on ritual, myth, community-building, and ethical responsibility. Daniel gave an Eli Talk about Baboons, Bonobos, and Bar Mitzvah Boys. To find out more about that talk and watch the video, click here.

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