Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
Dr. Edward Farber, a psychologist on the clinical faculty of George Washington University School of Medicine, has seen it all in his 30+ years of practice. He knows what divorcing and divorced parents are up against. In his new book, Raising the Kid You Love with the Ex You Hate, Farber provides compassionate, doable steps for co-parenting during and after divorce.
Farber provides expert guidance and practical advice to help parents and children navigate the upheaval of divorce with examples based on real families. Difficult issues covered include:
- Knowing what to say, and what not to say, to a child about separation, divorce, co-parenting
- Coping with child support and money issues
- Handling holidays, family occasions, school, sports, and religion
- Co-parenting with an ex who has personal, emotional, or addiction problems
- Introducing a child to a potential new partner
- Raising a healthy child while co-parenting
This book provides down-to-earth information and advice on how to turn a broken marriage into a working divorce that supports the growth and development of parents and children. Raising the Kid You Love with the Ex You Hate is available through Amazon.com and BN.com, through Barnes and Noble and independent book stores, and on all electronic readers.
Dr. Edward Farber is a licensed clinical psychologist in Virginia and Maryland. He is on the clinical faculty of the George Washington University School of Medicine. Farber has been named a "top doc" by Washingtonian Magazine in the areas of separation and divorce and initial assessment and consultation. In addition, Dr. Farber was listed as a top therapist to see for issues of marriage and divorce in the Washington DC area. Dr. Farber has treated hundreds of families of separation and divorce, providing pre-divorce counseling, custody evaluations, visitation assessments, parent coordination interventions, psychological assessments, and psychotherapy.
For a review copy of Raising the Kid You Love with the Ex You Hate or for bulk orders of the book, email raisingthekidyoulove(at)gmail(dot)com.