Books (topics alphabetized)


How To Talk So Teens Will Listen & Listen So Teens Will Talk 
- Faber & Mazish

 Brainstorm—Understanding Adolescent Brain Development
 - Daniel Siegel

 


Act on Life, Not on Anger by Eifert 
- McKay, & Forsyth

Letting Go of Anger & Stop Anger Now Workbook 
- Potter-Efron

Anger Free 
- W. Doyle Gentry
 
Growing Yourself Back Up
 
- John Lee

Nonviolent Communication, A Language of Compassion 
- Marshall Rosenberg

Anger — The Misunderstood Emotion
 - Carol Tavris
 
 


Look me in the Eye
 - Robinson


 Don't Let Emotions Run Your Life for Teens (workbook)
 - Sheri van Dijk


Tear Soup
- Chuck DeKlyen and Pat Schwiebert


Co-parenting 101: Helping your Kids Thrive in Two Household After Divorce
 

- Deesha Philyaw

The Co-Parenting Survival Guide: Letting Go of Conflict After a Difficult Divorce 
- Elizabeth Thayer, PhD
 
Parenting Teens with Love and Logic
- Foster Cline, MD & Jim Fay

Get Out of My life, But First Will you Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall: A parent’s guide to the new teenager 
- Anthony Wolf

 If the Buddha Had Kids
 - Charlotte Kasl

Motherless Daughters, The legacy of Loss 
- Hope Edelman


Reviving Ophelia, Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls
 
- Mary Pipher, PhD


A Survival Guide to Parenting Teens 
- Geltman

 



Simplicity Parenting 
- Kim John Payne
This book offers research about the prevalent issue of anxiety in children today and ways that parents can slow down and provide a calm and supportive environment for their children.


The Intentional Family 
- William Doherty
This book offers ideas for how families can create rituals and traditions.

The Porn Trap 
- Maltz

Shadow of the Net
- Carnes


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