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Who Stole My Child?

ISBN: 9781942094838
€23.20
Psychologist Carl Pickhardt offers insight from his years of experience counselling caregivers on how to navigate the adolescent development process - from eight to eighteen. Dr. Pickhardt's comforting voice points out that not only can growth change many beloved characteristics of their child, but also it can alter dynamics in the relationship.
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For parents, the onset of adolescence becomes an unexpected, even unwelcome, surprise, often bringing bewilderment, confusion and sadness. Harvard educated psychologist, Carl Pickhardt, offers his thirty years of experience illuminating this parental "We are not in Kansas anymore" moment. Not only can growth change "steal" many beloved characteristics from their child, it can alter dynamics in the relationship. Dr. Pickhardt is a comforting and knowledgeable voice, guiding families through each stage of adolescence, with effective practices to help their child achieve responsible independence.

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For parents, the onset of adolescence becomes an unexpected, even unwelcome, surprise, often bringing bewilderment, confusion and sadness. Harvard educated psychologist, Carl Pickhardt, offers his thirty years of experience illuminating this parental "We are not in Kansas anymore" moment. Not only can growth change "steal" many beloved characteristics from their child, it can alter dynamics in the relationship. Dr. Pickhardt is a comforting and knowledgeable voice, guiding families through each stage of adolescence, with effective practices to help their child achieve responsible independence.