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Description - Parenting Teenagers by Don C Dinkmeyer, Sr.

Parents know the challenges of raising teenagers. This popular STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) guide is filled with easy-to-understand-and-apply skills that helps parents connect with teens and deal with their "issues." From the STEP/teen program, with practical guidance on social pressure, dating, grades, career plans, and alcohol, tobacco, and drug abuse prevention. This handbook is an excellent choice for parents who want to improve their relationship with teens. The authors believe that the rewards of parenting teenagers can far outweigh the challenges. With skills and understanding, you can guide your teen to be responsible, cooperative and independent. In doing this, you build a strong, positive relationship with your teenager. Even parents facing serious problems with teens can find more effective ways to get along with and help their teenager. In this handbook, you will learn how to: Identify the goals of teen misbehavior and how to respondCommunicate respect and encouragementEncourage cooperation and solve problemsUse consequences to build responsibilityHow to decide what to doSupport for yourself as a parent and as a person Even though many parents believe that because teens are practically adults, parents cannot influence them or improve family relationships. Taking the reasonable steps presented in "Parenting Teenagers" is the beginning of building a positive relationship with your teen."

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780979554216
ISBN-10: 0979554217
Format: Paperback / softback
(251mm x 201mm x 10mm)
Imprint: Step Publishers
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Don C Dinkmeyer, Sr.

Don Dinkmeyer, Sr., PhD (1924-2001), was a pioneer in the fields of elementary school counseling, Adlerian psychotherapy, classroom guidance, parent education, group counseling and marriage enrichment. He authored and co-authored 35 books and 125 professional journal articles, as well as psychological education programs like STEP in the areas of parenting, marriage enrichment, classroom guidance, and teaching. Dinkmeyer received lifetime achievement awards from several professional organizations.Gary D. McKay, PhD (Tucson, Arizona) is the co-author of twelve books and programs, including "How You Feel is Up To You," "Raising Respectful Kids In a Rude World" and "Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP)," the world's leading parent education program. He is a retired psychologist and a diplomate in Adlerian Psychology (North American Society of Adlerian Psychology -- NASAP) who conducts workshops for his publications in North America and Europe.Don Dinkmeyer, Jr., PhD, NCC, is co-author of the STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) parent education programs. He has also co authored numerous educational programs such as Systematic Training for Effective Teaching (STET), Preparing Responsible and Effective Parents (PREP), and the DUSO programs, as well as professional articles and textbooks. He has conducted workshops for parents, teachers and families across the world for more than 30 years, believing "every child has the right to an education - of their parents." He is the second generation of a family whose commitment to helping families has touched millions across all continents (except Antarctica!).

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