Parents are always looking for simple and practical ways to meet the challenges of parenting. This down-to-earth guide provides concrete tips to help parents be confident in their ability to raise respectful, grateful, and disciplined children.
Adina Soclof blends traditional Jewish parenting techniques with the latest educational and psychological research, showing how to teach kids to take responsibility for themselves at home and at school, and help them feel competent and calm. Step-by-step instructions and examples are shared, giving parents the tools they need to create an atmosphere of compassion and respect — the basis of a warm and loving Jewish home.
About Adina Soclof
Mrs. Adina Soclof is a parent educator and certified speech pathologist working with children in a school setting. She received her master’s degree from Hunter College. The founder of ParentingSimply.com, Mrs. Soclof delivers parenting classes as well as professional development workshops for speech pathologists and other health professionals. Her text-based and video courses are available at PDResources.org, HomeCEUconnection.com, and SpeechPathologypd.com. Mrs. Soclof writes for Aish.com and OU.org and lives with her husband and four children in Cleveland, Ohio.