Richard Hogan’s background in education affords him the unique perspective of working with teenagers from both inside the classroom and clinically as director of Therapy Institute.
In Parenting the Screenager he uses case studies from his vast experience and offers easy-to-follow, practical steps that help parents to build healthier and more positive patterns of communication within their family, covering topics such as: Boundaries; Social media; Communication; Gaming; Online pornography; Bullying and cyberbullying; Teenage anxiety; Perfectionism; Body image and steroid use; Sleep deprivation and exams; The modern family.
Parenting the Screenager is a must-buy for any parent of a modern child. Technology has interrupted patterns of communication and how teenagers socialise; this has brought with it new challenges for parents. The strategies developed by Richard Hogan over his years working with teenagers are some of the most significant approaches to adolescent behaviour in recent times and will help any parent who wants to understand how to parent their teenager in a more productive way.