Coping with Your Adolescent

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UCS PRESS, Oct 31, 2010 - Family & Relationships
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Packed with useful discussions and actual case history examples to help you better cope with your teen. No matter how good or bad your parent-to-teen relationships are, by following Dr. Waldman's advice your relationships can be improved. This book helps normal families to function even smoother, It will help you understand your teen's behavior, and to successfully cope with situations.

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Dr. Waldman has lived in the Valley of the Sun (Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona) for nearly 40 years with his wife, Nan, who recently retired after 30 years of teaching fourth grade in the public schools. They have two sons, Josh, an attorney in southern California, and Chad, who is completing his training in school psychology in Portland, Oregon. He started his private practice in 1979 after working for seven years as a school psychologist for Scottsdale Public Schools. Over the next 31 years he developed his private practice into one of the most successful practices in Arizona. In addition to his clinical practice he does forensic work, consults to Social Security and to a private school, teaches for Northern Arizona University, sells his books, and speaks professionally. Heās written four books: Whoās Raising Whom?: A Parentās Guide to Effective Child Discipline, published in 1987, is aimed at helping parents learn why their children misbehave then how to correct that misbehavior with techniques that work. Coping With Your Adolescent, published in 1994, is designed to help parents appropriately cope and shape their adolescentās behavior. How come I love him but canāt live with him? published in 2004, teaches couples, using a behavioral model, to better understand their relationship and to behave toward each other in a more mutually-rewarding fashion. The Graduate Course You Never Had was published in 2010. It's focus is on helping professional counselors learn how to better manage the business aspect of their practice.Over 24,000 copies of the print edition of Whoās Raising Whom? are in circulation.Dr. Waldman speaks professionally to the community, to educators, and to other mental health professionals. Topics include:parenting and managing childrenās behavior; dealing with teens, marriage, stress management, understanding and treating ADHD; dealing with the difficult child in the classroom, solution-focused treatment; and private practice management and marketing.Print editions of Dr. Waldmanās books may be purchased at and at Look for e-book editions of all of his books at Smashwords.To arrange for Dr. Waldman to speak, please contact publisher @ Remember to delete the spaces around @ so that your e-mail goes through.

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