Tells the story of teens the author has worked with over the past 15 years. An exploration of their lives, and a book for parents to help them deal effectively with their own teenagers.
About the author
Michael Ungar is a professor of social work and a marriage and family therapist based at Dalhousie University. He is internationally recognized for his work in more than a dozen countries on resilience and at-risk youth, and appears regularly on radio and television. Michael lives in Halifax.
Other titles by Michael Ungar
Adaptation and Transformation in Contexts of Change
The Social Worker
I Still Love You
Nine Things Troubled Kids Need from Their Parents
Raising Socially Responsible Kids
Resilience in Action
Working with Youth Across Cultures and Contexts
Too Safe for Their Own Good
How Risk and Responsibility Help Teens Thrive