This bestselling book from leading mental health professional and parenting expert Dr John Sharry has now been updated and expanded.
Based on research into what is best parenting practice during a separation, Parenting When Separated offers practical advice on how parents can help themselves and their children during this difficult time. It aims to build on parenting strengths, giving suggestions on how parents can improve their own and their children’s coping.
Drawing on Dr Sharry’s popular and influential columns in the Irish Times, the book now also contains an extensive question and answer section addressing the many concerns for parents who are going through a relationship breakdown.
Dr John Sharry is a social worker and psychotherapist and the author of six self-help books for parents and families, including Parenting Preschoolers and Young Children, Bringing Up Responsible Teenagers and When Parents Separate: Helping Your Children Cope (Veritas 2005, 2001, 2001). John is also is co-developer of the award winning Parents Plus Programmes dvd-based parenting courses, which are used extensively in mental health services throughout Ireland and the UK.