Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
CCD Complete Child Development LLP announced in Philadelphia today the launch of their internet child development program CCD Program 1.1. Designed to help young children and teens create a vision of their goals and learn how to believe in themselves, the program consists of online activities for parents to help their children visualize their goals, build their confidence and master their environment.
Inspired by the teachings of the blockbuster movie and best-selling book entitled The Secret, Complete Child Development CCD Program 1.1 teaches that breaking through a child's fears and doubts about themselves and what they can accomplish are the keys to creating high self esteem and leading them to become successful teenagers and adults. CCD Program 1.1 provides parents and their children with the tools to be successful in life.
Dr. Sue Cornbluth, clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at Temple University, has been named the national spokesperson for CCD Program 1.1. With a background in marriage and family therapy, and a specialization in child exploitation, foster care and parenting, Cornbluth has seen the positive results that CCD Program 1.1 can have on children. Says Dr. Cornbluth, “I have worked with thousands of children, including some of the most vulnerable, and I have helped lead them to success. All children deserve to have abundant lives filled with confidence and a strong sense of self. CCD Program 1.1 is an important tool that can help children feel empowered to be confident and successful in their lives.”
Bob Proctor, one of the most sought-after speakers in the world for professional coaching and company seminars, and a teacher in the wildly popular film, The Secret, has focused his work and teachings on helping people use the power of their mind to achieve prosperity, rewarding relationships and spiritual awareness. Of CCD Program 1.1, Proctor says, “We are introducing children to the phenomenal powers that they have locked within them; and when you start at an early age it keeps growing and growing.” Proctor continues, “Complete Child Development will change the lives of millions of people, and they will go on to change the lives of others.”
For more information about Complete Child Development and CCD Program 1.1, visit http://www.completechilddevelopment.com or http://www.drsueandyou.com or contact Dr. Sue Cornbluth at drsueandyou(at)verizon(dot)net.
About Dr. Sue Cornbluth:
Dr. Sue Cornbluth is a professor of psychology at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and an expert in parenting with a specialization in foster care and child abuse. She is the National Foster Care/ Adoption Parenting Expert on http://www.examiner.com where she writes weekly articles on child abuse and parenting. She is also the author of the training manual “The Ambiguous Foster Child: Attachment, Separation, Loss and Loyalty.” The manual is based on Dr. Sue’s years of research and clinical work with foster children. Dr. Sue strives to make positive changes within the foster care system one child at a time. She has counseled numerous abused and neglected foster children and has trained youth professionals on how to work effectively with foster children.
Graduating with a Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1995, Dr. Sue went on to receive her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Arcadia University in 1997. In 2006, she received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Dr. Sue is dedicated to giving professionals, teachers and parents the tools they need to empower themselves and their children. She believes that every child deserves to have a life filled with happiness and success! She has appeared on numerous television and radio shows in the Philadelphia area and across the country.
Dr. Sue is a member of the American Psychological Association, Child Welfare League of America, Parenting 2.0, Foster-Family Based Treatment Association, Child Safety Network, Child Welfare Advocates and The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. She received the Who’s Who Among Teachers and Educators Award in 2007 and 2009.
For more information about Dr. Sue Cornbluth visit http://www.drsueandyou.com
Dr. Sue Cornbluth, clinical psychologist and professor at Temple University has been named National Spokesperson for Complete Child Development CCD Program 1.1.
Interviews with Dr. Sue Cornbluth are available by contacting her publicist Debbie Goetz of Debbie Goetz Media Connections, LLC at 215-630-5408 or by email at dgoetz(at)dgmediaconnections(dot)com