Dr. Roger McIntire taught child psychology and principles of family counseling and therapy at the University of Maryland for 32 years. Father of three, columnist, and parenting editor of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Research (behavior.org), he has answered over 600 letters from parents in the last ten years. He is also a popular speaker on parenting topics.
Dr. Roger McIntire’s new book, Raising Your Teenager, describes five crucial skills parents need to enjoy the teen years while giving them the confidence to guide their teenager through the inevitable conflicts and changes of those years. Small Press Bookwatch says, “…a useful resource for any parent feeling they are in over their head with their teen.”