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|Context: The New Adolescence and a New Treatment Paradigm||p. 7|
|First Meeting: Getting Teens to Talk||p. 30|
|Foundation: What's Necessary to Build a Helping Relationship with Teens||p. 46|
|The Core: Healing the Divided Self of 21st-Century Teens||p. 73|
|Direction: Advice as Essential to Helping Teens Change Behavior and Attitudes||p. 107|
|The Gray Zone: The Truth about Lyin... MORE||p. 127|
|Treatment Unbound: Creating "Flexible Confidentiality"||p. 148|
|The Parent Trap: Childrearing Advice as Essential to Helping Parents Change Behavior||p. 177|
|Stuck: How to Conduct a "Focused Family Session"||p. 213|
|The Village: Bringing Friends into Treatment||p. 240|
|The Real in Relational: Challenging Ourselves to Stay Three-Dimensional with Teens||p. 259|
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Ron Taffel, PhD, has supervised and written about working with children and families for over two decades. He is one of the country’s most sought-after speakers for both professional and parent audiences. Dr. Taffel is the award-winning author of over 100 academic and popular articles, as well as critically acclaimed childrearing guides and books for professionals, and is a contributing editor to McCall’s and Parents magazines. He is the founder of Family and Couples Treatment Services at The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in New York City, where he lives with his wife and two children.