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Better Behavior: Helping Kids Create Change and Improve Relationships Paperback – September 16, 2015
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"This is a clearly written book that will help parents improve both their relationships with their children, and their children's behavior. I highly recommend it, especially for parents of younger kids who want to become more proactive than reactive, and are in the process of building stronger family and social relationships. "
-Richard Goldwasser M.D. Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, Mill Valley, CA
"This book is a powerful tool for parents of all types of children. Kempler provides specific steps and strategies to tackle challenging behaviors in a clear, concise, and easy-to-read format. The content is relevant to managing parenting challenges, large and small, and paves the way to deeper bonds between parent and child."
-Leigh Burkey, OTR/L, Co-founder/director Ready Set GO Therapy, Inc.
"This book provides a brilliant integration of evidence-based parenting strategies with a practical explanation of the role of emotions, temperament, and attachment in building positive family relationships."
-Barbara Easterlin, Ph.D., Assistant Clinical Professor, UC Berkeley Department of Psychology
-Thaddeus Reichley, Head of Lower School, Mark Day School
"This book is long overdue. If children came with an instruction manual they might have asked Noah to write it."
-Allen Berger, Ph.D., Clinical Director of the California Institute of Gestalt Experiential Therapy and author of Love Secrets--Revealed and other books
About the Author
Noah Kempler is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a published author and a respected parent educator. His writing draws on over 20 years of counseling experience and his parenting principles have helped countless families develop the skills to get along better. Noah's methods for creating change come from a unique blend of developmental, attachment-based, emotionally-focused and behavioral models of therapy.
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