Book Author: Lucie Hemmen, Ph.D.
Book Author’s Bio: Luce Hemmen, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist. She works out of Santa Cruz, California. Dr. Hemmen has 20 years of experience in the field of clinical psychology. She obtained her degree from San Jose University and interned at the Santa Cruz County Children’s Mental Health Center as part of her post-doctoral internship.
Year Published: 2012
Parenting a Teen Girl: A Crash Course on Conflict, Communication and Connection with Your Teenage Daughter is a straight forward, no-nonsense approach to dealing with the stress of parenting a teenager girl. The book contains easy to use information and advice for handling all of the issues that come along with raising young women. Mothers of teens who are struggling with self-care, academics, socialization, and friend pressure will find helpful advice to address these issues with their daughters.
Parenting a Teen Girl: A Crash Course on Conflict, Communication and Connection with Your Teenage Daughter is a must-read for parents of teenage girls or preteen girls. The book is easy to read and the advice is even easier to implement. This practical book is funny, heartwarming, and true. It will speak to the heart of any parent who has a teen daughter.
Book Reviewer’s Bio: Megan Selin is a freelance writer and literary enthusiast who resides in upstate New York with her husband and three children. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English from the University at Albany and enjoys baking, yoga, and spending time outdoors.