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According to Katharine Reynolds, PhD, a licensed psychologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado and assistant psychiatry professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, "consistent expectations, praise, and consequences" are key when it comes to effectively disciplining teens in particular. In an interview with VeryWell Family, Reynolds explains that having consequences that "fit the crime" as opposed to humiliating them are most effective.