The Parent Academy is a program of seminars and discussions that started in the fall of 2016, enabling all parents to benefit from practical support and advice. This initiative, launched by Collège du Léman, calls on professionals who are recognised in their fields of expertise to present and discuss current themes in the field of education.
The Parent Academy is a dynamic community that aims to help parents to deal with raising their children, to better communicate with them and to better consider them to make them responsible future citizens.
The last seminar took place on Tuesday 27 February. The topic was "Canabis, internet, alcohol: how to protect teens from addictions".
Psychologist-Psychotherapist FSP, systemic orientation. Individual and family therapist working with teenagers and adults at the Phénix Foundation since 2004 and since 2012 at the Centre Mail for teenagers and young adults with problematic substance use or behavioural addictions.