Are Your Teenagers’ Friends Real or Virtual?

October 28, 2021

Episode 194

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Chance McGlothlin, a National Board Certified Counselor (NBCC) and licensed high school counselor, has a candid conversation about today’s teenagers and how as parents we need to find a way in so we can build conversations around emotional health and the importance of real friends.

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Chance has 14 years of experience in the education setting. He has worked as a high school math teacher, business teacher, and for the past five years he has worked as a high school counselor. While in this role as School Counselor, Chance served as the sponsor for the Student 2 Student program at Leesville High School. Chance has worked side by side with Military Transition Consultants, Military Family Life Counselors, and served on a range of committees aimed at bettering the overall experiences military dependents have as they transition from high school to high school. Creating a sense of belongingness, 100% acceptance, and an overall sense of community has been the primary objectives that has driven Chance’s 14-year career in education. Chance earned his Master’s degree in Counseling with an emphasis on School Counseling. He is a Nationally Certified Counselor and is a certified K-12 Counselor in Louisiana and Texas.

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