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Interview with John Coleman: Why Won’t My Teenager Talk to Me?

Listen to the insightful podcast with John Coleman, a trained psychologist and renowned youth advocate, where he discusses his new book, Why Won't My Teenager Talk to Me?


 


Why Won’t My Teenager Talk to Me? offers a new approach. Dr John Coleman has used his years of experience as a child psychologist to develop a completely original, easy-to-use, STAGE framework for parents of teenagers.

Dr Coleman says ‘I have seen first-hand how damaged and stressful parent/teenage interactions can become. I wanted to offer a structured way of enabling parents and carers to become better informed, more responsive and more resilient as parents of teenagers.’

Listen to the podcast to find out more from the author himself. Based on well-respected research, it offers invaluable suggestions for parents about how to make communication easier, and how to concentrate on the things that really matter.

“It will prove a godsend to parents." - Professor Tanya Byron

“This is the book for all who want to have a better conversation with their son our daughter." - Fiona Miller, Guardian Columnist

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