Our book, The Resiliency Toolkit: A Busy Parent’s Guide to Raising Happy, Confident, Successful Children, has officially launched!! Thank you for being part of our tribe, our community and our friends.
The Resiliency Toolkit: A Busy Parent’s Guide to Raising Happy, Confident, Successful Children
Thank you for being part of this movement to develop and teach resiliency. Change is the only constant in life, and we believe resiliency is the skill that will help you and your family navigate yours successfully.
What People Are Saying
“You don't need to change everything about yourself or your child to enjoy the rewards of a stronger family. I wish this book had been available earlier. Clients I see today would have benefitted from having parents who used the loving skills described in this very valuable book.”
– Ellyn Bader, PhD, Co-founder of The Couples Institute
"If you're looking for a parenting guide to help you raise your kids so they'll grow up happy and successful, look no further!
This book is chalk full of simple and effective ideas, tools, and skills that even busy (and tired) parents can put into action immediately. And the great thing is that you don't have to read this book from cover to cover in order to benefit from it's wisdom. In fact, the authors recommend that you jump around and read the chapter(s) that seems important to your family right now.
Don't let the readability and relate-ability of this book trick you into thinking that it isn't brilliant and profound. Because it is both! And it can have an enormous, positive effect on both you and your child.
I'll be recommending this book to all my clients, family members, and friends."
Anne Evans-Cazier, LCSW & Calvert F. Cazier, MPH, PhD
In our upcoming book, The Resiliency Toolkit: A Busy Parent’s Guide to Raising Happy, Confident, Successful Children, you will find the insight and guidance parents need to help children face the challenges of today, and the future, with greater resiliency. Parents don’t need to change everything about themselves, or their child, or their parenting style overnight.