I can answer most question regarding the raising of teens. Since my personal experience has been raising 13 foster sons and an adopted son, I am stronger talking about parenting male teens and young adults. When it comes to teen problems and how to parent them, I am equally well versed with male and female issues. I am also very strong answering substance abuse and addiction issues, teen dating drama, questions about sex and questions relating to same sex issues and concerns.
I have a master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Cornell University. I am certified as a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) practitioner and as a Hypnotherapist. I have been a Life & Mentor Coach for over twenty years. I have been running youth programs and working with teens and young adults for over 35 years and have personally raised 14 teens.
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My Parenting Blog http://TheParentsCoach.com/blog I recently published an autobiographical novel, "The Street Shrink Chronicles" http://TSSCBook.com Articles in The American Journal
Master's in Counseling Psychology from Cornell University B.S. in Bus. Mgt from Cornell University Certified N.L.P. Practitioner from Grinder-DeLozier Institute Certified Hypnotherapist from Gil Boyne Institute
My clients are very private people who do not wish to be public about their personal business.
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Dear Precious, Before I tackle the drug part of your question, let's talk about your relationship with your son because that is by far the most important part. What he does or doesn't do with drugs
Dear Sherrie, At this point, I am not sure that I have any easy solutions to your concerns. An area that you might immediately attend to is to establish better communication with your son. For this
I answered your first question as well as I could. This question can better be asked, directly, of the daughter. If you are not able to do that, I would guess that the original question and this follow
Although you are writing in the third person, I am assuming that you are the American father. You are asking me legal questions which are a bit out of my expertise. If I were the American father who seems
Brian, Thank you for your follow up questions. I appreciate that. When I answer parents questions I usually have to make many assumptions about what is going on because I am operating off of partial
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