The New Teen Age

How to support today's tweens and teens to become healthy, happy adults

The New Teen Age
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Format: Paperback / softback, 288 Pages
ISBN: 9781911668114
Publisher: Murdoch Books
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Finally, parenting advice that talks both to the physical and the psychological issues at play in the teenage years, specifically designed for parents, step-parents and careers who are confused and bemused by the conflicting advice on the best way to raise a happy, healthy teenager.

Between them, Dr Ginni Mansberg and clinical psychologist Jo Lamble have many years' experience, both as clinicians and as parents, so they know first-hand what concerns parents today and they get how challenging it can be to raise adolescents. They empathise with parents, understand their struggles and want to equip them with solid information and sound strategies.

In addition to the parent-child tensions that result from peer pressure online and in the school yard, there are tricky questions around eating well, sleeping well, exercise, screen time, body image, growing independence, hormones, periods, sexual development, sex, sexuality, siblings, skin, clothes, social life, academic pressure, communication skills. Each topic has case studies, symptom checklists where appropriate, interviews with specialists, strategies, with a handy summary at the end of each chapter.

The author

Dr Ginni Mansberg is a mother of three and has been a GP for 30 years, specialising in the areas of women's and children's health. Author of four books on women's health and parenting, she is a sought-after speaker and an authority on everything from sleep to wellness, life balance to beating stress. Dr Ginni is host of SBS's eight-part show Medicine or Myth? and Foxtel's Embarrassing Bodies Down Under, as well as the resident GP on Channel 7's Sunrise and The Morning Show.

Jo Lamble is a Mum of 2 as well as a Clinical Psychologist who has been in private practice for more than 25 years. She sees individuals, couples, and groups and specialises in relationship and parenting issues. Jo appeared on various Australian TV networks and radio shows for 15 years as their residential psychologist. She currently writes a weekly column for NewsCorp in Stellar magazine.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 288 Pages
ISBN: 9781911668114
Size: 6.02 in x 9.21 in / 152.91 mm x 233.93 mm
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