Talk to the mothers, father, grandparents and parent educators who’ve used Elizabeth Crary’s STAR Parenting Program and you’ll hear one rave review after another. “I felt doomed to failure as a parent if my first approach didn’t work,” “Now I’m confident about my parenting,” and “Gives me a framework to problem-solve through my children’s teens” are the kinds of comments made by those who’ve worked with Crary in person.
Now, if you’re not in Seattle or in a city where this seasoned parent educator is speaking, you can try the strategies she suggests, because they’re all outlined in an easy-to-read new book, STAR Parenting Tales and Tools. Whether you’re struggling with a power-happy toddler, expecting a second child, or riding herd on two or three (or more) children, you’ll find stories about families just like yours—and all sorts of suggestions for developing your own creative solutions to both everyday and serious issues.
Useful for 2–14 years
About the Author:
Elizabeth Crary, M.S.
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