THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Young people have always presented problems for their elders. Adolescence,
the physical and psychological transition from child to adult, is a period of
turmoil. The manifestations of that turmoil differ from generation to
generation, reflecting contemporary lifestyles and environment.
It's easy for parents to become exasperated with teenaged children and their
seemingly bizarre behavior. Parents' exasperation, in turn, can lead to
further rebellion in children, leading to more • exasperation and an
ever-widening generation gap.
Discussing family troubles with a professional counselor or therapist can
help clear the air and sort things out. Sinai's Problems of Daily Living Clinic
is designed to help individuals and families with the problems of everyday
life. For more information call 493-6280.
Friday, May 11, 1984 9
Sinai Hospital announces the
opening of the Nathan I. and
Betty Goldin Health Care Cen-
ter, 6450 Farmington Road,
West Bloomfield, offering out-
patient care in cardiac fitness
and rehabilitation, psychiatry
and physical medicine and re-
habilitation. Dental and internal
medicine services are also avail-
able in the Health Care Center
building. For more information,
call Sinai Hospital at 493-5500.
"Coping — and Growing
With Your Teenagers,"
a free program, open
to the public, will be
presented at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 15, at Orchard
Lake Middle School, 6000
- Orchard Lake Road,
Pre-registration is re-
quired; to register,
call the West Bloom-
field Schools Community
s at 851-7600.