Adolescent psychology All books
My teen and I Understanding Your Child
Understanding your teenage son or daughter and reopening a dialogue
How to Be a Parent love and common sense
The new art of parenting, or how to reconcile love and common sense from infancy to adolescence
An Anorexia Primer
A dictionary to approach the many facets of anorexia. The psychoanalytical approach enables an understanding of the multiple facets of anorexia
The Emotional Life and Attachment In the Family
The evolution of emotional ties and relations within the modern family
Jeannette Favre, Catherine Jousselme
A Twin and Unique Enjoying Being a Twin
This unusual testimonial will support and assist anyone who is closely or more distantly concerned with twins and twin births
Vincent deGaulejac, Isabelle Seret
Preventing Radicalization: Jihadism, Terrorism
Undertaken first in Belgium shortly after the attacks that occurred in that country, this approach has received a great deal of attention from public authorities, and is seeing increasing interest in France, given the failure of de-radicalization policies.
David Gourion, Séverine Leduc
Not Like Others, More than Others In Praise of A-typical Intelligence
An exploration of a certain personality profile and a particular form of intelligence
David Gourion, Muzo
Doctor Feel Good The First Comics Consultation for Teens
A comic book: an original and entertaining form to get the message across to adolescents. All the subjects that involve their health, well-being, and existence are tackled in a lively and illustrated format.
Patrice Huerre, Martine Pagan-Reymond, Jean-Michel Reymond
Adolescence doesn't exist
Adolescence is a recent conception in the history of man, a method of signifying, via puberty, the passage from childhood to adulthood which has always existed. In the past, this passage was celebrated and defined through the practice of rituals. Today the transition is no longer marked within such a strict timescale. Even more serious is the tendency for adults to refuse young people entry into their grown up world, either as a result of their own fear of aging, or of their desire to protect the young person from all possible risk. Patrice Huerre is a hospital psychiatrist, psychoanalyst and director of the Georges Heuyer University Medical Clinic in Paris. Martine Pagan-Reymond is a certified professor in Modern Literature. Jean-Michel Reymond, formerly Chief of Staff of Child and Adolescent Psycology is now Director of the Medical-Pedagogic Center of Saint-Lô.