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Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Communicating With Your Teenager Book By Christine Alisa

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Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Communicating With Your Teenager Book By Christine Alisa

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Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Communicating With Your Teenager Book By Christine Alisa

15 Essential Steps to creating a better relationship with your teen.

When their child reaches teenage years many parents struggle with adjusting to the new changes in their son or daughter.

To say the least, communication becomes difficult. This book gives strategies to help parents feel more equipped for the task of navigating those years.

Questions parents ask:

What do I do when my teen won’t listen to me?

How do I handle teen attitude?

How do I set limits without fighting?

What can I do to help my teen with peer pressure? If communicating with your teen interests you, pick up a copy of this powerful fact-filled book today!

About The Author - Christine Alisa, MS

My love for children and teenagers began when I was a teacher, but I felt I could make a bigger difference with teens and their families by becoming a counselor. For over 25 years as a Marriage Family Therapist, I have helped teens and their families overcome the roadblocks and misunderstandings that get in the way of their happiness and closeness.

I have written this book for parents and guardians who struggle with the changes they see in their teenager and feel helpless to know how to deal with them. I want adults to be empowered; to have strategies and tools for communication as their child enters this phase of his/her life.

My other passion is the training I conduct with therapists internationally. I help them use the therapeutic techniques that I have developed to help understand children and adolescents more deeply. I have specialized with working with children and adolescents in areas of trauma, abuse, anger issues, learning disabilities, ADD and ADHD in my private practice in Southern California.


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