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The Minds of Girls: A New Path for Raising Healthy, Resilient, and Successful Women
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 92,870. Language: English. Published: January 2, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Sexual psychology, Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology
Its nine chapters help you protect girls from environmental toxins and digital addiction; provide best practices for improving girls’ STEM learning and activating their leadership and resilience; explore leading edge science based technologies for understanding female mental health, and may utterly change your approach to handling girl drama and bullying.
Saving Our Sons: A New Path for Raising Healthy and Resilient Boys
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 117,360. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Developmental / adolescent, Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology
In Saving Our Sons, Gurian features the latest research in male emotional intelligence, male motivation development, neurotoxicity and the male brain, and electronics and videogame use. Linking practical solutions with strategic new policies based on twenty years of field work through the Gurian Institute, Dr. Gurian provides a seven-stage model for the journey to manhood in the new millennium.
Therapy in Action "With Insights and Strategies for Anyone Living or Working With Troubled Kids"
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 106,440. Language: American English. Published: June 17, 2015 by Brighton Publishing LLC. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology, Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Conflict resolution
Clarissa Star Crystal-Belle, LMHC, takes on the toughest, neediest kids and families as a therapist for troubled children. In this fascinating glimpse into actual case studies, Crystal-Belle seeks to “awaken the reader to a new way of looking at this population and a more effective way to address their needs” while challenging the misuse of specific medications and behavior management techniques.
How Families Flourish, A Workbook for Family Optimization
Price: $11.99 USD. Words: 50,590. Language: English. Published: September 2, 2014 by DannaGrace Global Publishing. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology, Nonfiction » Parenting » Childhood development
This book is divided into three distinct sections with specific skills and objectives for each section. Combined, they become a powerful program for improving well-being, positive emotions, optimism, flow and flourishing for your family, "How To Foster a Flourishing Family", "Strength-Based Living", and "The Family Charter". This program is valuable for all age children and their parents.
Adolescent and Young Adult Addiction: The Pathological Relationship To Intoxication and the Interpersonal Neurobiology Underpinnings
Price: $22.00 USD. Words: 53,490. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Addiction, Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology
This thought provoking book “Adolescent & Young Adult Addiction: The Pathological Relationship to Intoxication and The Interpersonal Neurobiology Underpinnings” discusses the struggles of that the youth of today are faced with and puts forth that adolescent and young adult addicts are not addicted to marijuana, alcohol, ecstasy, oxycontin, heroin, etc. In fact, the name of the drug is an illusion
Small Stories: Reflections on the Practice of Youth Development
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 73,920. Language: English. Published: July 19, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology
A collection of stories and reflections by Lloyd and Anthea Martin, teachers and youth workers in their multicultural community in New Zealand.
Problem Children: It's Not Always the Parent's Fault
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 50,020. Language: English. Published: June 6, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Adolescent psychology, Nonfiction » Parenting » Teens
Parents are often blamed for causing their children's problems, regardless of the age of the child or the number of "good children" that the parents have raised in addition to the "problem child." As a result of this bias against parents, especially when the bias is propagated by those in the so-called helping professions, efforts to help problem children often fail.