iParenting Media Awards Recommends "Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior" by Dr. Steve Curtis

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"Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior: A Guide A Guide for Parents of Children with Behavioral, Learning, and Social Challenges," by Dr. Steve Curtis and Lifespan Press, is an honored recipient of an iParenting Media Award as a "Best Products of 2008." (As seen on CNN)

Oftentimes parents have difficulty in finding the right resource for their child's challenging behavior and don't know where to turn for help. These parents need direction and support.

"Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior", by Dr. Steve Curtis - (http://lifespanpress.blogspot.com), just garnered an iParenting Media Awards nod. Not only did they give this guide a big stamp of approval, but they noted that this groundbreaking resource should be "recommended to all parents who are struggling with how to understand their children". Aptly emphasized was that "so many parents are faced with trying to decipher their children's behavior and how to handle it." This guide is a "much needed book in this day and time."

Author, Steve Curtis, PhD, is a child clinical psychologist with over 25 years of experience in working with children and parents in a variety of medical, school, and university settings. He has numerous professional publications and now wishes to share his extensive knowledge with parents in need. He has been featured on many local and national media outlets, including a recent appearance on CNN and publications in national parenting magazines. He currently works with Lifespan Psychological Services (http://www.lifespanps.com).

"I'm so grateful that this book continues to empower parents with actionable insight and resources, and what a great honor to be noted by iParenting.com," said Dr. Steve Curtis.

"Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior" is a celebrated winner of an iParenting Media Award for "Best Products of 2008."

"Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior" presents an insightful and engaging method for helping parents find success for their with child with puzzling behavior including those with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Asperger's Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Dyslexia, anxiety, depression and other serious challenges.

The guide is very useful for children with normal childhood challenges as well. Readers are taught a problem-solving method for understanding and a profile-based approach to intervention. This 190-page guide was developed with the input of over 30 professionals and parents. Activities, worksheets, descriptions of types of professionals, and resources are included. Parents will be amazed at how the use of the sequential problem-solving and profile-based methods makes the journey to finding success for their child much less stressful, less costly, and more effective in the long run.

Lifespan is composed of two companies: Lifespan Press and Lifespan Psychological Services. Lifespan Press is an independent publishing company with a mission to produce self-help resources for individuals, parents, and families. Lifespan Psychological Services is an affiliated professional services corporation with a mission to provide comprehensive and effective psychological, speech/language, and tutoring services for people throughout the lifespan.

iParenting.com, a Disney Internet Group media property, is a premier media site focused on parents. The iParenting Media's Award Program provides a credible and objective method of determining the best products and recognizes those products with its iParenting Media Award (http://www.iparenting.com).

"Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior: A Guide for Parents of Children with Behavioral, Learning, and Social Challenges" may be purchased at local bookstores, online retailers, or at http://www.lifespanpress.com.

Dr. Curtis' blog can be found here: http://lifespanpress.blogspot.com

For more information or review copies contact:
Carla Olson, Press Inquiries
Lifespan Press
PO Box 11704
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110


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