Timothy Earle, principal consultant
Working Together
For Teens
What Clients Say
The Earle Two Hour Parent Group Seminar in Your City

Timothy Earle conducts free two-hour workshops for the parents of at risk youth in metropolitan areas throughout the year. These workshops offer actual solutions for you and your child.

If your city is not on his schedule, contact him to discuss availability for a speaking engagement.

Timothy Earle's presentations are dynamic, truly personalized for the listener and often interactive. He offers a wealth of information on many themes related to families with teens at risk, some of these are listed below.

At Risk Youth And At Risk Parents
How to recognize them and helpful guidelines about what to do and what not to do

Permissive Vs. Prohibitory Parenting Styles
Examples defining these dysfunctional forms of parenting and useful exercises that lead us to evaluate our own parenting style

Three Principles For A Healthy Family
Sincerity - Receptivity - Willingness to collaborate
An outline of each principle and how they are useful tools to make wise choices and live a better life

The history of ADD/ADHD with the benefits and success of diet, sleep, exercise and use of medication as means towards greater focus

The definition of boundaries and their purpose
Why they are important, whether they are functioning or not, and learning how to implement them in a clear and concise way

Are you experiencing breakthroughs or breakdowns?
The way we communicate with others and with ourselves often determines the quality of our life. Identifying when communication is happening or not and becoming aware of ways to facilitate it

Self Image
"What do you believe people think about you?"
A simple definition of an adolescent’s self image is their answer to this question.
Poor self image may include a pervasive sense of helplessness, passivity, loss of control, strong feelings of guilt, shame, self-blame and depression. This way of thinking can lead to hopelessness, despair and self sabotaging behaviors.
How teens prize their self image to establish community

How to break free from old patterns to create effective and lasting changes

Examples of how failure is often related to a lack of commitment
Examples of how success can take place when persistence is practiced

Emotional Intelligence
Emotional intelligence describes the capacity and ability to identify, assess, and manage one's emotions.
What does your teen and family need in order to create a safe container for constructive emotional expression?

Exploring the importance and impact of community, acknowledging how essential it is for the overall health and well-being of the family.

Work Ethic
The value of work ethic in our daily lives is based on the belief that love and diligence enhance character.
A work ethic may include being conscious, reliable, having initiative, or maintaining social skills

A look at the use of technology within the developmental process of a child
Strategies for integrating technology into our lives

Incorporating nature in our lives as a powerful resource for support and connection
Learning how to simply appreciate nature’s essential qualities and benefits