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Many therapists and counselors have encountered teens who demonstrate disrespectful behavior toward their parents. These teens often start individual therapy in order to learn anger management skills or coping mechanisms for their frustration. Many of these teens are not interested in learning new skills, as they like things as they are. They can often control the family dynamic by exploiting their parents’ guilt about the fact they are unhappy or their parents' anxiety about making things worse.
In this two-hour continuing education web conference, Dr. Janet Sasson Edgette will discuss how a more effective way to change the dynamic between disrespectful teens and their parents may be to meet with the parents and the teens together. In this setting, clinicians can encourage the positive and rather paradoxical reaction of teenagers toward adults who choose to hold them accountable for their actions.
Dr. Sasson Edgette will address the cultural pressure to label bad behavior among teenagers as typical teenage behavior. Dr. Sasson Edgette will also address ways in which parents may inadvertently contribute to their teen's behavior, such as by being disrespectful to their child themselves.
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Dr. Janet Sasson Edgette is a clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience providing evaluation, counseling, and coaching services to children, preteens, teenagers, young adults, and their parents. She is recognized nationally for developing an innovative and effective therapeutic approach for reaching kids and teens who are turned off by the idea of counseling, do not believe they need it, or have had negative therapy experiences in the past. As a result, Dr. Edgette has been invited to teach professional workshops and educational programs for psychiatrists, psychologists, school counselors, social workers, therapists, probation officers, caseworkers, school administrators, teachers, parents, and foster parents throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Russia, Germany, and Croatia.
In addition, Dr. Edgette is a Clinical Trainer at T.W. Ponessa & Associates in Lancaster, PA, where for the past several years she has provided clinical training on child, adolescent, and family therapy to mental health counselors, mobile therapists, and behavior therapists. Since 2015, Dr. Edgette has been as adjunct faculty member at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, PA, teaching in their Graduate Program in Psychology.
In addition to clinical work and teaching, Dr. Sasson Edgette has written six books and dozens of articles in the areas of parenting, counseling, boys, masculinity and gender norms, and sport psychology. They include the popular parenting paperback, Stop Negotiating with Your Teen: Strategies for Parenting Your Angry, Manipulative, Moody, or Depressed Adolescent, and a critically-acclaimed book for mental health professionals entitled, Adolescent Therapy That Works: Helping Kids Who Never Asked for Help in the First Place. Her most recent book, The Last Boys Picked: Helping Boys Who Don’t Play Sports Survive Bullies and Boyhood, has been labeled by Parents magazine a “must read” and “a wowing and enlightening guide for any parent.”
Dr. Sasson Edgette received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, PA in 1987 and a masters in public health from the University of Oklahoma in 1979. She is a native New Yorker, and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Union College in Schenectady, NY.
You can learn more about Dr. Sasson Edgette and her work at www.janetedgette.com.
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