Throughout April, Dr. Reznick will take her book and CDs on a tour of cyberspace. We are looking for busy blogs to host The Power of Your Child’s Imagination. We would love to include blogs that reach:
- parents and educators
- therapists and medical professionals who work with kids
About The Power of Your Child’s Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success
The Power of Your Child’s Imagination will show you how to empower your child with easy, effective, and creative skills for surviving—and thriving—in a stressful world. This indispensable guide provides nine simple tools to help children cope with stress and anxiety by tapping into their imagination to access their own natural strength and confidence.
In this book you will discover how to help a child:
- Love, accept, and appreciate himself
- Reduce pain and heal other physical ailments
- Overcome fears, such as fear of the unknown, abandonment, doctors, disasters, and dying
- Deal with bedtime issues such as insomnia and bedwetting
- Cope with death, divorce, and other losses
- Handle anger, hurt, and frustration
- Achieve success at school and in sports
- Live peacefully with siblings and parents
About Charlotte Reznick, PhD
Dr. Charlotte Reznick has dedicated her life to helping children, adolescents, parents, and professionals. She is a nationally recognized child and educational Psychologist and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. Upon earning her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California, she was honored with "Dissertation of the Year" for her work on the effects of parental divorce on adolescents.
For over 20 years, Dr. Reznick has pioneered therapeutic interventions with a wide spectrum of children. Responding with unerring intuition to children's diverse needs, Dr. Reznick is best known for creating Imagery For Kids: Breakthrough for Learning, Creativity, and Empowerment. This highly insightful program of guided and interactive imagery - enhanced by music, relaxation techniques, drawing, and journal writing - can help all children achieve their highest learning potential, develop self-esteem, heal internal conflicts, and reduce overall stress.