Cues & Clues to Children's Behaviors

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This book is a guide to understand a child’s behavior cues; strategies to prevent, and intervene when emotional problems arise. It has Chapters on Child Development, Parenting Styles, Anger, Self-Esteem, Anxiety, Stress, Traumatic Stress, Depression, Impact of Divorce, Attention Problems, Effective Parenting, and Cultural Differences in Parenting. The book is written in a jargon free style. More

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About Salma Bhalla, Ph.D.

Dr. Salma Bhalla has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She has thirty plus years of clinical experience in working with children and families in various clinical settings. She has consulted with teachers, pediatricians, mental health professionals and school administrators. She has also directed a Children’s Prevention Program. She believes in preventing and correcting children’s behaviors and emotional problems as soon as they arise.
Dr. Bhalla is the author of two parenting books. Cues & Clues to Children’s Behaviors - A Guide to Raising a Happy Well-Adjusted Child and Stress in Children: Causes, Prevention & Intervention.
Dr. Bhalla does presentations to the community, parents, educators, mental health professionals and anyone who works with young children. To arrange for Dr. Bhalla to speak please contact her through her website

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Review by: Castellano Turner on May 27, 2012 : (no rating)
Dr. Bhalla’s book is unique in that it has provided parents and caregivers with a very readable, comprehensive, and practical guide to understanding and caring for children—at all stages and in a wide variety of circumstances. If I had to choose a single book to guide parents and caregivers in helping children grow up emotionally well-adjusted, Cues and Clues would be the book.
Castellano Turner, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Clinical Psychology Program
University of Massachusetts Boston
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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