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You have the power to shape your own future...
and we'll show you how


There’s no doubt that the teen years are tough, but these can also be some of the best times of your life. Teens in Action is a six-session program that will help you make the most of being a teenager and figure out where to go from here. Each session is packed with not-boring activities, not-lame discussion, and not-stupid videos on topics that actually matter. Even better…you’ll learn skills you can start using now to make positive changes in your life. You’ll learn:

  • the secret to gaining freedom.
  • communication skills that work in any situation (even in a post-apocalyptic zombie world).
  • how to solve problems creatively (as demonstrated by a werewolf in recovery).
  • how to get along with all kinds of people
    (including adults).
  • ...and a lot more.

Use these skills to start creating the life you want for yourself. Teens in Action is about learning how to take control. Because it’s YOUR life!

Here's what you'll be learning
(Note: the content and format of each workshop is determined by the leader of that workshop and may differ from what is shown below. Your workshop may provide a Teen's Guide; if not you can order it here. Check with your workshop leader for complete details.)

Session I:
– 5 key qualities of character
– Understanding parents
– Your brain on adolescence
– The power of choice
– School success
– Challenges of teen life: drugs, sexuality and violence

Session II:
– The Spiral of Success
– Communication: the road to cooperation

Session III:
– Responsibility and freedom
– The voice of discipline
– Understanding and accepting consequences

Session IV:
– Courage and self-esteem
– The Think-Feel-Do Cycle
– Turn discouragement into encouragement
– Getting past power struggles

Session V:
– 10 risk-prevention strategies for teens
– Negative vs. positive influences
– Talking about sexuality

Session VI:
– Tobacco, alcohol, & other drugs
– Bullying and relationship violence
– Peer pressure
– Confronting high-risk behavior