Lisa Boesky, PhD
July 18, 2007
Parents of teenagers often wonder if the changes they see in their son or daughter's mood or behavior might indicate that something may be wrong. Compassionate and reassuring, this practical and user-friendly guide is invaluable to any parent concerned about their teenage child. "When to Worry" helps parents distinguish typical teenage behaviors from those that warrant concern. Parents will learn how to recognize the warning signs of problems, which solutions work best for each one, and how and where to get help if needed.