Varda Konstam, PhD, brings a wealth of clinical experience and insights based on over fifteen years of working with emerging adults, couples and families in private practice as well as in a wide range of clinical settings. A professor in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, Konstam received her BA in psychology from the City College of New York, New York and her PhD from the School of Psychology, Fordham University, New York. She lives in Boston.
"...strong addition to parenting and family collections." Midwest Book Review
"...offers the advice parents need to get their emerging adults living successfully out on their own..." Bookviews by Alan Carbua
If parents want their emerging adults to be truly independent, they need to be ready to allow them to make mistakes without rushing in to fix them. It is in the process of solving problems, that emerging adults will invariably learn much about themselves and become more confident in their abilities.”
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