Janet Lehman, MSW, has worked with troubled children and teens for over 30 years.A veteran social worker, she specializes in child behavior issues — ranging from anger management and oppositional defiance to more serious criminal behavior in teens.Others start up a campaign of constant aggression, with lots of demands and threats and yelling.Neither approach is likely to help things much, says Charles Wibbelsman, MD, chairman of the chiefs of adolescent medicine for Kaiser Permanente of Northern California and co-author of The Teenage Body Book.This lead us to an obvious conclusion: there are a lot of parents out there searching for ways to extricate themselves from the manipulative clutches of their addicted, adult children. How do parents who dearly loves their addicted sons or daughters best help their children?
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Even after the fight ends, a cold war ensues -- weeks of dramatic sighs, surly stares, and eye rolling.
Some parents give up on the cleaning battle, despairing of ever getting their kids to pick up after themselves.
For more than 25 years, Debbie has offered compassionate and effective therapy and coaching, helping individuals, couples and parents to heal themselves and their relationships. , from a place of professional and personal experience.
Debbie is the creator of the Dr Robert Myers is a child psychologist with more than 25 years of experience working with children and adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and learning disabilities and is the creator of the . Having had severe behavioral problems himself as a child, he was inspired to focus on behavioral management professionally.