Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg | "Mom, Did You Ever Try Drugs" - Answers to the Most-Asked Questions About Parenting, Alcohol, and Other Drugs

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"Mom, Did You Ever Try Drugs" - Answers to the Most-Asked Questions About Parenting, Alcohol, and Other Drugs

by Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg

Motivation, inspiration, humor, and sound practical advice for parents and educators trying to raise children free of alcohol abuse, drug use, and addiction.
Genre: Spoken Word: Instructional
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Introduction
7:21 album only
2. Current Environment
5:28 album only
3. Today's Families
3:43 album only
4. Parents Matter
2:06 album only
5. How to Start the Conversation
6:10 album only
6. Teen-Proofing Your Home
5:37 album only
7. What Can You Do In Your Community
5:12 album only
8. Recognizing the Signs
9:31 album only
9. Snooping
2:50 album only
10. Mom, Did You Ever Try Drugs?
7:58 album only
11. Homeschooling
9:55 album only
12. Is It Okay to Drink In Front Of My Kids?
3:24 album only
13. Just This Weekend: A Parent's Pledge
4:04 album only
14. How Soon Should I Begin Talking With My Kids
8:15 album only
15. Parent Child Quiz Grades 6-7-8
11:08 album only
16. Conversation With Dad
5:21 album only
17. Dad: Unpopular Decisions
4:56 album only
18. Dad: Closed Doors
2:12 album only
19. Dad: Worn Down
3:34 album only
20. Dad: Prom and Graduation Season
4:44 album only
21. Dad: Coming Home Drunk
3:20 album only
22. Dad: Homeschooling
5:16 album only
23. Dad: The Bad Years
10:19 album only
24. Dad: Last Call
7:56 album only


Album Notes
Jeffrey S. Wolfsberg and Associates, a privately owned consulting firm that partners with independent and public secondary schools and colleges and universities to help design, implement, and sustain research-supported curricula, model policies, and outstanding educational programs on student health issues. Our integrative approach is grounded in research-based literature on prevention, adolescent resiliency, positive youth development, and developmental assets.

Mr. Wolfsberg is widely known as a dynamic and entertaining speaker who brings to his work years of experience as an educator, addictions counselors, and trainer. He has appeared in TIME Magazine, FOX News, FOX News Radio, The Boston Globe, Independent School Magazine, Educational Digest, and The Boston Herald. He is a sought after expert for commentary on the prevention of underage drinking, teen drug use, and bullying. His down-to-earth speaking style, practical advice, sense of humor, and numerous stories make his ideas clear and accessible to his audiences.

What people are saying about Jeffrey Wolfsberg…

Jeff brings to his presentations a down to earth understanding of children, the problems they face and the reality of the complexity in dealing with them. He injects humor when appropriate and makes us leave the meeting with much to ponder. In his talk about the college-bound students, for example, he offered information that was new to many about the reality of college life, yet also reassured many that the parenting they had done thus far would hold them in good stead- encouraging words meant a great deal.\"

- Holly Scott, Executive Director, PACT, Cleveland, OH

“I have worked with Jeff for many years and always look forward to his visits. Jeff has a wonderful way of connecting with the kids and the parents around some of the most troubling of adolescent issues. His credibility is unquestioned and he is the first person I turn to when I have questions or a difficult situation regarding drug or alcohol use.”

- Andrew Webster, Director of the Upper School, Berkeley Carroll School, Brooklyn, NY

“Jeff forges a powerful relationship with students. I think of him as an advocate to our students. He’s a trusted member of our school community. He’s more than a consultant to the Williams School.”

- Loren Sterman, School Counselor, The Williams School, New London, CT



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Finally...someone who knows what he's talking about
Finally, someone who's talking about teens who knows about teens. I've read books and attended conferences with speakers from this university or that clinic, but you wonder "do these people actually talk to kids" You can tell Jeff works with kids a lot, he gets it, and thus helps.

Chris T.

Easy to listen to - very Tony Robbins like....
It's like taking current self-help guru Tony Robbins and combining him with Dr. Wayne Dyer - although not as spiritually focused as Dyer. Jeff remains grounded and unjudgmental. Almost any parent, regardless of parent style can gain some helpful tips.


I listen to it in my car over and over - great practical advance said with humor
There's not a lot of good information out there about parenting teens through the complexities of drinking and drug use. This CD is thoughtful and sensitive to different parent styles. I've listened to it several times and have bought copies for relatives. Great humor.