Parenting Teenagers: Systematic Training for Effective Parenting of Teens

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American Guidance Service, 1990 - Adolescent psychology - 197 pages
Based on the STEP principles which have helped more than two million parents, this practical handbook teaches skills and a system of communication that leads to more responsible and self-reliant behavior in teens. Includes personal development questions and exercises and suggested family activities.

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Understanding Your Teenager and Yourself
Personality Development
A Source of Support or Frustration?

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About the author (1990)

Dinkmeyer, a psychologist, is Fellow of the American Psychological Association, and director of the Communication, Motivation, and Training Institute.

Gary D. McKay, Ph.D., is a psychologist (ret), author/co-author of parenting bestseller Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP), Calming the Family Storm, and How You Feel Is Up To You.

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