Today on the Dads with Daughters Podcast we spoke with Dr. Linda Nielsen, a Professor of Adolescent & Educational Psychology at Wake Forest University. Her research and courses are focused on shared physical custody for children with separated parents and father-daughter relationships, with a special emphasis on divorced fathers. In addition to her many academic articles, she has written three books on father-daughter relationships and a college textbook, Adolescence: A Contemporary View.
Today we talked about what she has learned over the years at teaching her courses and researching the father/daughter relationship.
Want to learn more? Below are some of her books:
- Improving Father Daughter Relationships
- Father-Daughter Relationships: Contemporary Research & Issues. (2019, 2nd edition). Routledge.
- Between Fathers & Daughters: Enriching or Rebuilding Your Adult Relationship. (2008). Cumberland House.
- Embracing Your Father: Building the Relationship You Always Wanted with Your Dad. (2004). McGraw Hill.
- Adolescence: A Contemporary View (3 editions, college textbook, 1987-1996). Harcourt Brace.
- How to Motivate Adolescents: A Guide for Parents, Counselors and Teachers. (1983). Prentice Hall.
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