- Book - Soft Cover
- 8.5" x 11"
- 149 pages
- SUSAN P EPSTEIN, LCSW, PARENT COACH
- PESI Publishing & Media
- CE Available:
- No, CE credit is not available
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SUSAN P EPSTEIN, LCSW, PARENT COACH
Susan P. Epstein, LCSW, author, speaker and child behavior expert brings passion and over 30 years of practiced psychotherapy together to share new materials and easy interventions to engage even the most resistant child. Susan is the author of the best-selling book, Over 60 Techniques, Activities & Worksheets for Challenging Children & Adolescents (PESI, 2011) and also55 Creative Approaches for Challenging & Resistant Children & Adolescents (PESI, 2014). She has also authored Your Out of Control Teen: The Little Book With a Lot of Attitude, A Guide to Effective Parent-Teen Communication (Shining Star, 2009), two parenting books Are You Tired of Nagging: How to Get Cooperative Kids (Shining Star, 2008) and The Take Back Your Parenting Powers System (Vervante, 2007) & and has co-authored a children's book about death, loss and healing, The Cat Who Lost Its Meow (Case-En-Point Press, 2008).
In addition to her clinical work, Susan is a parent coach, certified health coach, national child behavior expert, and has contributed to magazines Family, Parents, American Baby and New York. She founded Parenting Powers, a coaching company that provides parent coaching and supervision and training to professionals working with challenging kids.
Continuing Education Credits
CE Credit is not available for this product.
“Susan’s tips are gold; using them will make your life and your child’s life so much easier.”
-- Rory F. Stern, PsyD, founder of Help Your ADHD Child
“Susan does it again, this time with her 55 Techniques for Challenging & Resistant Children/ Adolescents. All approaches are clear, simple, and easy to implement across various settings and needs. As a Certified School Counselor and Behavior Interventionist, disruptive behaviors are a daily challenge in school. This will be shared and recommended to educators, parents, and other professionals as the go to book.”
-- Dawn Dockery-Cerven, MS.Ed
“This book is an essential tool for therapists who want to engage children and teens in therapy by meeting them "where they are" and by speaking their language. I especially like Susan's common sense, compassionate messages to parents in the beginning sections of the book.”
-- Diane Phimister, LMFT