"A pleasure to read... without jargon or over-reliance on theory... the result is a suspenseful, engaging, and truly wise text that deserves to become a standard in the field."
—Harry G. Segal, PhD. Cornell University
"Clearly written, down to Earth and at times humorous, this book is a practical guide to working with teens and adolescents. It is bursting with real life examples of characters who howl, swear, make up fantastic stories and fall asleep through their sessions—but whom Bromfield portrays with respect and usually with affection."
—Counselling Resource (Europe)
"Lively, practical, note-perfect guidance to therapists of adolescents. Indispensable for young therapists... will also be of interest to more seasoned practitioners and supervisors."
—New England Psychologist
"Filled with rich case material, Teens in Therapy focuses on the stories and perspectives of adolescents themselves, arming therapists with a dearer sense of purpose and strategy." —Adolescence
"Cannot imagine a more practical guide on how to do therapy with an adolescent." —Psychotherapy Review