Flagging the Screenagers: A Survival Guide for Parents

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9781909718265: Flagging the Screenagers: A Survival Guide for Parents

Currently out of print.Flagging the Screenagers deals with the hidden world of the teenager and young adult. It is a practical survival guide for parents and relatives faced with the struggles of raising adolescents and young adults between the ages of 13 and 25. Dr Barry and Murphy look at what is going on in the brain and mind of the latter and discuss the skills parents need to learn to survive. This book specially discusses mental health in relation to teenagers, helping parents in guiding their child through adolescence and young adulthood.

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Dr. HARRY BARRY is a medical doctor based in County Louth. He has a particular interest in the area of mental health and has extensive experience in his practice of dealing with issues such as depression, addiction and anxiety. He regularly features on national radio and in national print to discuss mental health issues, including Today FM and The Irish Independent. Dr Barry was moved to write Flagging the Problem following a particularly tragic death by suicide in a local family and is absolutely committed to seeking to counteract the disruptive effects of mental illness both locally and nationally.

ENDA MURPHY is one of Ireland’s best known Cognitive Behavioral Therapists (CBT). He is a project director of the CBT training program with the Irish College of General Practitioners, is assistant director of training with the Health Service Executive North East General Practitioner Training scheme and is actively involved in the development and delivery of CBT training in Ireland. He is also a regular contributor to the medical press in both Ireland and China where he operates CBT clinics. Enda works extensively with GPs and the Mental Health services in the treatment of depression and anxiety and often presents to international medical conferences.

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