Families

Prevention works when applied consistently as children go through each neurodevelopmental stage. KnowYourNeuro curriculum offers families the right information at the right time.

Prevention Program Calendar

let’s talk about…

Many parents and caregivers worry that talking to their children about high-risk behavior will introduce them to new ideas or damage their innocence. More and more young people are introduced to risky things at earlier ages. Do you want them to find out about them via the internet or a friend at school? Be the one who informs and empowers kids to protect their growing brain!

healthy development

Understanding how children grow and develop empowers parents to engage in the most effective parenting tools to set kids up for success.

Healthy Development Resources

brain-based parenting

Knowing a child's neurowhereabouts means knowing what stage of neurodevelopment they are in and using that knowledge to increase executive function skills.

parenting resources

preventing risky behavior

Parents must engage in prevention activities earlier because kids are exposed to more high-risk behavior than ever before making it critical to set expectations before exposure.

Prevention Organizations

shaping behavior

Using rewards to increase positive behavior and consequences to decrease negative behavior shapes future motivation, relationshiip skills, and ability to self-support.

Behavioral Support Resources

Book an event in your community

Find out how to book Dr. Collier for a local prevention event at your school, parent organization, church, or conference.

find out what is going
on in prevention

Find out what prevention activities are happening and get suggestions for things to do!

Contact Us

If you need help and are under the age of 18, reach out to a trusted adult, such as a counselor, a parent, a teacher, or a coach. Finding assistance and the best-fit resources in your community is priority. To book Dr. Crystal Collier to present at your school, parent organization, or in your community, please contact us!

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