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Naomi Drew is recognized around the world for her work in conflict resolution, bullying, and peacemaking. She is the award-winning author of seven books. Her landmark book, Learning the Skills of Peacemaking was one of the first to introduce peacemaking into public education. Hailed as visionary, Ms. Drew's work has enabled families, educators, and kids to live more peacefully on a daily basis. She has been called "a master teacher and a pathfinder in our culture."
Harvard Medical School's, Dr. Robert Brooks, praised Ms. Drew's Kids' Guide to Working Out Conflicts, as "an invaluable resource," and people of all ages attest to durable changes after applying the principles she outlines. Her work has been featured in magazines and newspapers across the United States, including Time, Parents, and The New York Times. She has been a guest on syndicated radio and national TV, and has served as a parenting expert for "Classroom Close-ups," an Emmy-winning public television show.
Naomi Drew is a dynamic speaker who's inspired a diverse range of audiences. With over two decades of experience in the field of peacemaking and conflict resolution, she has worked with thousands of people of every age. Her parenting books, Peaceful Parents, Peaceful Kids and Hope and Healing: Peaceful Parenting in an Uncertain World, have brought the skills of peacemaking to families around the world.
"Peaceful Parents," Ms. Drew's on-line newsletter, has broad international readership, and her website, LearningPeace.com is a valuable resource to families and educators worldwide. A former educator, Ms. Drew has two grown sons, who were raised in accordance with the principles she writes about. Her work is considered cutting-edge because of its relevance, practical nature, and real life usefulness. You can chat with Naomi Drew on Amazon.com.