Problem-solving for a peer

Activity Type Setting Cost Time
No Cost
More than an hour


When your child has a friend who is facing a problem, discuss potential strategies to help the person your child is concerned about. Discuss the nature of the problem, your child’s role as a concerned friend, and what he can do to help his friend in need. Check in with your child regularly about the effectiveness of his strategies to help his friend and modify (if necessary) any strategies.

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