Helpful Links

Here are some sites, links and articles from around the web to help you through the struggles, joys and challenges of parenting today.


A site dedicated to helping parents parents to understand how their child’s mindset influences their behaviors, motivation, and achievement.


Advice parents helping kids with ADHD. Articles on managing emotions & impulses, overcoming school challenges and other life & family issues are highlighted.

A site devoted to practical ideas for social, emotional and behavioral challenges  for children with learning & attention issues.

Developed by KQED, a Calfornia Public Broadcasting station, MindShift is a fascinating site that explores the future of learning in all its dimensions.



The Circle of Security® Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened.  Great Videos on this site for visualizing what children need from adults.


This site is a treasure trove of information, and a life-net for parents thrust unexpectedly into the special needs world. It strives to empower parents, professionals and students to become more effective advocates in their schools and communities.


Working hard but not improving? You’re not alone. Eduardo Briceño reveals a simple way to think about getting better at the things you do, whether that’s work, parenting or creative hobbies. And he shares some useful techniques so you can keep…
New research shows where boys lag behind girls in early adolescence. Here are steps parents can take to support them.
Anxiety disengages neurons in the prefrontal cortex linked to decision-making.


A story to inspire hope. Evidence that one of the hardest, yet most important things you can do for your children is to keep believing in them.
Live it to Learn it
Live it to Learn it – It is a powerful message that my friend Elizabeth shared with me about her journey parenting her son. I work with so many parents who worry about their children’s futures. That worry is what makes us human. But what we do with…

Would you be able to tell if your child is getting bullied?