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Teen NF

February 15, 2016
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
St. Louis Children’s Hospital Specialty Care Center, Department of Psychology, Suite 2B

Walk-ins are NOT allowed at this event, and thissession is currently closed to new participants. Please contact Kirsten Brouillet at brouilletk@neuro.wustl.edu for information regarding the Fall 2016 session.

Teen NF is a program for teenagers (ages 13 – 18) who have a diagnosis of NF1 and are interested in strengthening their interpersonal relationships at home, school and in their communities. The goal of this fourteen-week program is to work in a small peer group focusing on common challenging social situations that teens are likely to encounter today. Topics include how to:

  • Use appropriate conversational skills
  • Enter and exit conversations between peers
  • Use electronic communication
  • Choose appropriate friends
  • Handle arguments with peers

Programstaff includes Dr. Kimberly Sirl, PhD,Dr. Stacey Berry, PsyD,Dr. Suzanne Thompson, PhD andKirsten Brouillet.

Learn more about Teen NF.

With the generous support of the St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation, we are able to offer this program to families at no charge.