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It's hard to know whose opinion to trust, especially when it comes to our kids. So we’ve brought together a rich variety of experts from the worlds of education, gaming, child development, online safety, technology, family therapy and more to add professional knowledge and experience to the conversation.
Clinical social worker and parent in private practice with my husband Henry, also a clinical social worker. We see adults and adolescents in clinical, forensic, and judicial settings. We have both worked with adolescents in all levels of care for over 25 years. New technology is a clinical concern of tsunami magnitude not only for kids but also for adults, as there is no body of knowledge or history of social norms and mores to provide guidance on this technological frontier. And people are getting into trouble, losing valuable relationships, and stumbling into new and dangerous territory without a guide. We aim to provide our clients with direct, clear cut advise and encourage them to be Internet savvy, to be cautious and to not be afraid to step away from the technological devices and unplug when circumstances indicate it.
Allison Pescosolido, MA is frequently featured in the media (New York Times, CNN, Fox, Huffington Post…) for her expertise on the subjects of relationships, breakups, marriage, divorce, dating and her unique treatment approach for divorce recovery. Her success in helping clients quickly identify, manage, and overcome, the specific challenges of separation and divorce has led her to become the nation’s leading relationship expert.
Laura received a master’s degree in Psychology and has been working as an independent coach and trainer since 2005. In 2008 she was licensed as a Gordon® Instructor.
“During the years that I have been working as a coach, I got intrigued by the fact that hardly anyone was able to name true qualities of himself. Most people also lack a healthy dose of confidence. Apparently, despite being well intended, most parents need to acquire more knowledge and skills to make a success of their parenting. Furthermore, it became apparent to me that all my coaching clients needed to turn things around was acceptance, support and inspiration.
Raising a child is the most wonderful gift, but in order to reach a phenomenal result, parents need powerful tools. I have collected the best possible tools available. I have been inspired by a variety of people, like Carl Rogers, Thomas Gordon, Marshall Rosenberg, Aletha Solter and many others!”
Aaron Balick, PhD, is a UKCP registered psychotherapist, supervisor and psychological consultant working in London. He is an honorary lecturer at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies at the University of Essex where he teaches on the MA in Psychoanalytic Studies and participates on the doctoral programme as well; he also lectures, supervises and provides external examination for a number of other institutions in the UK. In addition to his clinical and academic work Aaron is a media spokesperson for the UKCP and a mental health contributor for the BBC online (CBBCO and on the radio (Radio 1); he has two books due for publication in 2013, his book for children Keep your Cool: how to deal with life's worries and stress (May, 2013) and The Psychodynamics of Social Networking: connected-up instantaneous culture and the self (Autumn, 2013). Aaron is a founding and executive member of The Relational School UK.
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