BONUS FOR PARENTS WHO READ THE BOOK
Invitation to a FREE LIVE WEBINAR that I will be hosting. You will be able to meet me online, learn more about the 3-Step program and ask any questions on any aspects of the book as it applies to your child. You don’t want to miss this!
The numbers of children with learning, behavior and mood problems are staggering and continue to escalate at an alarming rate. More and more children are being diagnosed each day. Too many, who are already diagnosed, continue to grapple with their problems, year after year. This continual struggle holds them back from becoming everything they are capable of being.
Over the last two decades, the traditional treatment solution of choice has been to medicate millions of children. It is now evident that this medication-driven, one-size-fits-all treatment approach is proving to be ineffective in healing children and stop this epidemic.
Dr. Sandy Gluckman’s Parents, Take CHARGE! Treatment programs educate parents about how to heal learning, behavior and mood problems – permanently – and without medication.
Parents, Take CHARGE! is a treatment option for parents who want to find a way to finally put an end to the challenges their children are struggling with. It is for parents who either don’t want to give their children medication or who want to wean them off their medication for anxiety, ADD, ADHD, OCD, defiance, bullying, moodiness, underachievement, low motivation, meltdowns, depression, Tourettes, Aspergers, Autism, allergies, eczema, asthma …and more.
Parents will learn:
- A new way of understanding why their child has developed such problems.
- A better way of diagnosing and treating these problems.
- New parenting skills for parenting and raising children with these problems.
Dr. Sandy Gluckman is a published author, educator, speaker and behavior and health coach. Her Parents, Take Charge! and Teachers, Take Charge! programs have attained international acclaim for changing the way parents and teachers help children overcome their learning, mood and behavior challenges