Each resource on this list offers you something different.  This list isn't meant to be exhaustive.   Let me know what you're reading that speaks to you!

Child Development

T. Berry Brazelton, M.D.  Touchpoints:  Zero to Three. Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. (1992)

T. Berry Brazelton, M.D. and Joshua Sparrow, M.D.  Touchpoints:  Three to Six. Perseus Publishing. (2001)

Frances L. Ilg, M.D., Louise Bates Ames, Ph.D., and Sidney Baker, M.D. Child Behavior. Harper & Row. (1981)

Great Reads

Davis, Laura and Janis Keyser.  Becoming The Parent You Want To Be. Broadway Books. (1997)

Kindlon, Dan, Ph.D. Too Much of a Good Thing. Hyperion.  (2001)

Faber, Adele and Elaine Mazlish.  How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk. Avon Books.  (1980)

Faber, Adele and Elaine Mazlish.  Siblings Without Rivalry:  How to help your children live together so you can live too. HarperCollins. (1987)

Mogel, Wendy, Ph.D.  The Blessing of a Skinned Knee. Penguin Books.  (2001)

Runkel, Hal Edward.  Screamfree Parenting. Broadway Books.  (2007)

Samalin, Nancy.  Love and Anger:  The Parental Dilemma. Penguin Books. (1991)

Steinberg, Laurence, Ph.D.  The Ten Basic Principles of Good Parenting. Simon & Schuster.  (2004)

Wolf, Anthony, Ph.D.  Get Out of My Life, But First Could You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall? Farrar, Straus and Giroux.  (2002)


Howard Glasser, Joann Bowdidge, and Lisa Bravo.  Transforming the Difficult Child Workbook:  An Interactive Guide to the Nurtured Heart Approach. Nurtured Heart Publications.  (2007)

Rief, Sandra, M.A.  The ADD/ADHD Checklist. Prentice Hall.  (1997)

Helpful Web Sites - Information for parents of children who have been identified with a learning disability or ADHD. - Articles and insights about teens. - Tips and tools from Hal Runkel, LMFT, Author of Screamfree Parenting. - Information and tools to support parents in developing their own ways to promote their children's growth and development.



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