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SARAH CHANA RADCLIFFEholds a master’s of education inpsychology and is a registered member of the College of Psychologists ofOntario. She has a private practice in marital, family and individualcounselling and has been conducting parenting workshops, lectures and seminarslocally and internationally for more than 25 years. She was a coordinator andparent educator for the Learning Disabilities Clinic of the Toronto WellesleyHospital for many years and was also a researcher in developmental psychology atthe Metropolitan Toronto School Board and at the Institute of Child Study, U ofT. Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice grew out of amuch-requested parenting manual she distributed to clients and audiences. Shehas written five books on Jewish family life, as well as numerous periodicalarticles, and appears regularly in the broadcast media as a parenting expert.Sarah Chana Radcliffe lives in Toronto with her husband and six children.
Great book if your having listening issues with your children. lost of great tips!Published 7 months ago by LSHuff
my current reference for my 7 year old boy. great tips! Doable and effectivePublished 11 months ago by RACH CHEL
This is one of my favourite parenting books I have ever read! I read it at least 3 times! Is a MUST read for every parent! It will change your relationships and your life!Published 14 months ago by Hana Zagury
This book is full of techniques and tips that really make sense. I studied psychology a long time ago and have always believed in it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Marcie
I love this book. I am fostering a child who came from an extremely dysfunctional home. The transformation is astounding! His behaviour changed dramatically! Read morePublished 24 months ago by chananya tauber
There are many good ideas in the book and I think a lot of parents will find it helpful.
I didn't like the way the author suggesting talking down to kids. Read more