Resources to help school personnel, counselors, social workers, faith-based staff, parent educators, public health staff, and others work with teens and their families.
These online trainings help professionals working with families with teens explore current research.
Teach or share these bullying resources with parents and other adult caregivers of teens.
Lesson plan and resources to help parents navigate the complex world of peer relationships.
Resources for anyone working with or interested in adolescent development.
Other Recommended Resources
What's New With Teens and Their Families? — Resources from the past Research Updates for Professionals.
School Violence — Resources for recovering and preventing from school shootings, bullying and other violence in schools.
Alcohol Use and Young People — Resources for families and professionals on teen alcohol use.
Helping Youth Succeed: Bicultural Parenting for Southeast Asian Families — Lesson plans, video, and more to help families and professionals understand Southeast Asian family perspectives about parenting and address issues in a bi-cultural context.
The Teen Years Explained: A Guide to Healthy Adolescent Development — Center for Adolescent Health, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health — Essential guide for people who work with young people and for youth-serving organizations.
Raising Teens: A Synthesis of Research and a Foundation for Action — Center for Work, Family, and Personal Life, Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Website that makes research more accessible and useful to those who work with and on behalf of parents, adolescents, and families.
Families Illustrated — Family Social Science, University of Minnesota — This database is a place to find teaching ideas about family life concepts from movies, TV, and more.