Publications for Parents
Dr. B. Janet Hibbs & Dr. Anthony Rostain
From two leading child and adolescent mental health experts comes a guide for the parents of every college and college-bound student who want to know what’s normal mental health and behavior, what’s not, and how to intervene before it’s too late.
If your child is starting life in college, there's a surprise around every corner...But that doesn't mean you can't be prepared! The Naked Roommate: For Parents Only is a witty and wise guide to everything you need to know about the college experience. Harlan Cohen delivers advice, facts, stats, tips, and stories from parents, students, and experts to ensure that you and your child will have an incredible and meaningful college experience
Karen Levin Coburn & Madge Lawrence Treeger
For more than a decade, Letting Go has provided hundreds of thousands of parents with valuable insights, information, comfort, and guidance throughout the emotional and social changes of their children's college years—from the senior year in high school through college graduation.
Laura T. Hamilton
In this book, sociologist Laura T. Hamilton illuminates the lives of young women and their families to ask just what role parents play during the crucial college years. Hamilton ultimately argues that successfully navigating many colleges and universities without involved parents is nearly impossible, and that schools themselves are increasingly dependent on active parents for a wide array of tasks, with intended and unintended consequences.
by Frances E Jensen & Amy Ellis Nutt
Renowned neurologist Dr. Frances E. Jensen offers a revolutionary look at the brains of teenagers, dispelling myths and offering practical advice for teens, parents and teachers.
Madeline Levine, PhD
The New York Times bestselling author of The Price of Privilege and Teach Your Children Well explores how today’s parenting techniques and our myopic educational system are failing to prepare children for their certain-to-be-uncertain future—and how we can reverse course to ensure their lasting adaptability, resilience, health and happiness.
The essential guidebook on helping today’s college parents be appropriately involved in their children’s lives, now fully revised and updated to include the Great Recession, shifts in technology, and changes in higher education policy and practices. This book is full of strategies and tips that will help parents create a supportive partnership responsive to both their kids’ needs and their own.
Great Jobs Great Lives: A Study of More than 30,000 College Graduates Across the U.S., The 2014 Gallup-Purdue Index Report
Bye-Bye Birdies: Sending The Kids Away to College, By Claire Potter, Chronicle of Higher Education
'Snowplow parents' overly involved in college students' lives, By Bella English, The Boston Globe
A Manual for 'Helicopter Parents' to Land Their Aircraft, By Lionel Anderson, New York Times