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All Things Bright and Beautiful Preschool's Friend of the Week
Mary Johnson (2005)

Catastrophe: How Parents Can Deal with Their Children About the Events of Sept. 11
by Rita Weinberg, Ph. (2001)

Difficult Children or Simply Difficult Problems to Solve?
Jean Boyer, Psychologist, Winnetka Public Schools (1995)

Easing the Teasing: How Parents Can Help Their Kids Cope
Judy S. Freedman, Social Worker, Prairie School, Buffalo Grove (1999)

Emotional Intelligence: Key to Your Child's Social Development
Dr. Katherine Nicklin, Psychologist, Psychoeducational Services in Winnetka (2001)

Guidelines for Helping Children During the War
Diane E. Levin (2003)

From Terrorist Attacks to School Problems: How Parents can Help Children Deal With Stress
Lisa Cohen, M.A. (2002)

Helping Children with Their Angry Feelings: What we Can Continue to Learn from Fred Rogers
Hedda Sharapan (2010)

Helping Children with Transitions
Barbara Monier, LCSW (2003)

Self-Esteem and Achievement
Becky van der Bogert, Ph.D., Superintendent Winnetka Public Schools (1995)

Separation: A Continuing Task of Childhood
Lisa Cohen, M.A., Psychotherapist (1998)

Snips, Snails and Puppy Dog Tails: Raising Emotionally Healthy Boys
Sally Hoit, Psy.D. (2002)

Sportsmanship: Encouraging our Kids to be Good Sports
Rick Sitz, Winnetka Public Schools (1998)

Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice? Raising Emotionally Healthy Girls.
Katherine Nicklin, Ph.D. (2002)

Talking with Children About War
Debra Gaetano, M.S. Ed (2003)

When Children Display Fears
June Aimen, Psychotherapist, Josselyn Center for Mental Health, Northfield (1999)

When Mom and Dad Work Together, Everyone Benefits: Effective Co-Parenting
Tom Bass (2007)

Do Social-Emotional Skills Need to be Explicitly Taught?
Amanda J. Moreno, Ph.D. (2017)

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