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Parenting Skills and Resources -- Ideas and Tips

 

  Teaching Good Hygiene Habits to Young Adults in Transition
by the CIP Berkely Staff

 

  Mothers Advocating Successfully for their Children
by Amie Borst

 

  Learning independent Living Skills at Home:   Give your child a net, not a fish
By Douglas Gould, Residential Coordinator, The Berkshire Center

 

  Facebook Addiction: How to Avoid It
by Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  How Much Screen Time is Too Much for Our Children and Teens?
by Dr. Oberschneider, Director, Ashburn Psychological Services

 

 

  Hey, Coach! Support for Struggling Parents of At Risk Teens
by Gail Bird Necklace

 

  Expand Your Self Confidence -- as a Parent, and as a Person
by Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

 

  Help Your Child Overcome Shyness
By Wendy Burt-Thomas for LearningRx

 

  Coping with Postpartum Depression
by Dr. Oberschneider, Director, Ashburn Psychological Services

 

 

  Family / Parent Coaching -- the Good News
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

 

  Does Your Child Need a Tutor? Have Learning Disability? Ten Signs to Watch For
By Ann Dolin, M.Ed, President of Educational Connections, Inc.

 

  How to Know Whether Your Child Needs Help
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

 

 

  Parent Alienation Syndrome - PAS - How to help your child avoid its damaging effects
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Teaching Your LD Child Self-Esteem
by Dr. Michael McManmon, Ed.D., executive director of the College Internship Program, and the founder of CIP

 

  The Art of Letting Go -- Aspergers / LD students Living on Their Own or At School
by Dr. Michael McManmon, Ed.D., executive director of the College Internship Program, and the founder of CIP

 

  Young Adult Addiction Problem - What Parents Can Do
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  7 Ways to Ignite Your Child's Love for Learning
from LearningRx

 

  Kids Need to Learn to Experience Failure in Order to Deal with Real Life
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC
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  How to Be A Good Stepfather
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Stepmothers Needs Support -- They are so Important!
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Helping Your Distractible Child to Stay On Task
by Dr. Jared Maloff, Clinical Psychologist, Los Angeles, CA.

 

  The Changing Climate of Adolescence: Prediction, Warning, or Watch?
By Leslie Goldberg, M.Ed., CEP

 

  Parenting Teenagers with Love and Support
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

 

  Ten Tips for Dealing with a Learning Disabled Child
by Dr. Jared Maloff, Clinical Psychologist, Los Angeles, CA

 

  Conscious Parenting
By Dr. Joseph Plasner, Balaban Associates, Teaneck, NJ

 

  It's Good to be the Grandparent
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Whining Behavior in Children and Teens: What a Parent Can Do
By Dore Frances, M.A., founder of Horizon Family Solutions, LLC

 

  Help! My Child Has No Friends
By Christine La Cerva, M. Ed.

 

 

 


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