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Training Course APT Parents

Provided by: Centre québécois de lutte aux dépendances

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Service Description

Provides free online training for parents of teenagers to better equip them to act effectively and prevent the risks related to adolescent alcohol, marijuana and drug use. The 60-minute e-learning program includes four interactive vignettes in which parents must interact with members of a fictitious family to resolve drug-use related issues. Each vignette touches upon an aspect of parenting that helps reduce the risk of use in young people:

  • parent-teenager relations
  • parent- teenager communication
  • parenting practices (discipline) and conflict resolution strategies.

The four vignettes include an information sheet on the theoretical notions on which they are based.


Parents of teenagers.

Application Process

Register online.



Business Line: 514-389-6336

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Coverage Area

Saskatchewan, Canada

Languages Offered

English, French

Centre québécois de lutte aux dépendances

Mailing Address

105 Normand Street
Montreal QC  H2Y 2K6

Location Info

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